Midhurst Vision has now gone live.
This is very much a collaborative process involving all the local authorities but being led by the community. Also supporting and participating are all the local schools, local groups and organisations, local businesses, passionate individuals, Cowdray Estate and South Downs National Park Authority.
Please see below the postcard they have produced.
We are encouraging everyone to complete the survey online midhurstvision.org
but we have printed a few copies for those not online – a few will be posted out to you next week. Printed copies are also available at The Grange Centre.
It is also on the front page of the local paper this week.
Many thanks for your continued help and support.
The speaker at the Annual Parish Assembly on 23 May was local resident, Ms Philippa McCullough, representing Midhurst Vision.
Midhurst Vision brings together local people, groups and businesses to explore and agree a vision for the development of our town. This will help guide local plans and generate confidence in our town’s future. It’s an evolving process, encouraging collaboration between everyone in the Midhurst area and a real spirit of ‘can do’. The process is supported by Chichester District Council and Bloom Consulting, an independent organisation that specialises in bringing communities together to create a shared vision for the future.
The first step is a short town-wide survey that covers what Midhurst does well, what’s not so great and what people might like to see changed. It’s confidential and aims to give everyone a voice, old and young , with a chance to make a difference to our town.
Feedback from the survey will form the basis for developing a clear identity for the town. That’s important because it helps to create a better place to live, work and visit.
The survey launches early July so keep an eye on social media and the Midhurst Vision website for the link when it goes live. Printed copies of the survey will also be available at The Grange.
Go to MidhurstVision.org.uk or search #MidhurstVision to find out more.