Random prize draw for Fareham residents

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FAREHAM Borough Council has sent out more than 4,000 surveys to find out how happy people are with its services.

The survey was last sent out in 2011 and revealed 92 per cent of residents were happy with the way the council runs things.

The council says the answers will help it provide better services.

Council leader Councillor Sean Woodward said: ‘In this year’s survey, we’d like you to tell us the services that are most and least important to you.

‘Over the next few years, the government will 
be giving us less money 
to provide council 
services and we have to 
make some difficult decisions.

‘The information you tell us will help us do this.’

Everyone who takes part will be entered into a prize draw with a top prize of £250 and five runners up winning £50 each.

All answers will be 
treated in confidence and stored securely by the council.