Get involved, have your say
We value the views of residents and community groups, they help us to form our policies and ensure you are getting the services you want and need.
As a member of the Worcestershire Viewpoint, our Citizens' Panel, we ask you to complete two surveys per year on public service issues along with other local matters to enable us to gain the views and opinions of the wider area.
Take part in consultations and shape the future of your local area, join the Worcestershire Viewpoint.
You will also be invited to take part in other consultations such as Wychavon's 2009 Budget Consultation; your budget:your choices, and to take part in Wychavon's partnership research with Worcestershire County Council, NHS Worcestershire and Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service.
Surveys can be completed in paper format or online. We may occasionally invite panel members to take part in group discussions (often known as focus groups) or workshops on particular issues, but only if you want to!
Please complete your details to join the Worcestershire Viewpoint.
If you're a member of a group we want to hear your views.
By registering your group as an interested party when a public consultation is planned in Wychavon that could affect your particular group or where your group could provide a valuable insight we would like to involve you, but we cant invite you unless we know you exist.
All groups are invited to register so if you are a rotary club; amateur dramatic club; cycle club; sports club; CAMRA club; philately club; voluntary group; gardening club; WI group; faith group; Parish council or any other group please register below.
If you would like to register your group for future consultation please submit your details in the form below.
All panel member's are treated confidentially and the results do not identify any individuals. The details are only used for contacting panel members with a survey or for responding to any comments made within a survey.
We will not pass your personal details onto third parties.
Find out more:
Strategy & Communications
Telephone: 01386 565508, 9am - 5pm, Mon - Fri