Tell us: Ipswich have your say - tell us what you love about living and working in the town and what needs improving
- Credit: Sarah Lucy brown
What do you think of Ipswich? What’s good? What’s bad? What needs to be better? That’s what your Ipswich Star is asking all this week.
We want to know what the people of Ipswich feel about the important issues in their town. Every day, we report on what’s happening in Suffolk’s county town – the good, the bad, the happy, and the sad.
Lots of people give us their views about Ipswich. Some of them are very complimentary, others less so. Starting today, we are giving you the chance to have your say.
In a special questionnaire, we ask for your views on a broad range of topics, from education, transport, shopping, employment, housing, health care, safety, and immigration.
We also ask how you think Ipswich could be improved.
When we have all your answers, we will make sure that we send them to the people who make the big decisions about our town. We think this is particularly appropriate as we head towards a General Election in May.
We will also use your views to inform our coverage of the major issues in Ipswich.
The survey has a total of 27 questions, and is simple to complete. It is available herePlease take a few minutes to complete the questions. This is your big chance to make a difference to the future of your town.
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