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The Calderdale Survey 2022

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In Calderdale, and around the world, we’ve had a time like no other. As we look to rebuild in 2022, your views of our place really matter. They change where we’re going and how we get there.

If you’re 16 or older and live here, please take a few minutes this January to tell us about your life in Calderdale. What is it like to live here right now?

Take the Calderdale Survey 2022

Complete the survey during January you’ll be in with a chance of winning 1 of 6 three-month fitness memberships for our sports centres in Brighouse, Halifax, Sowerby Bridge or Todmorden.

Do you have friends and family who live in Calderdale too? Ask them to take part too – the more the merrier.

 

Don’t forget the Starting Well Parent / Carer survey – December 5

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Are you a parent/carer with children under 8? Or expecting a child? Calderdale Council would love your views!

By completing the survey you have the chance to be entered into a free prize draw to win one of three prizes of high street vouchers before Christmas.

You can find out more and complete the survey by scanning this QR code

Or going to https://surveys.qaresearch.co.uk/Calderdaleparents.asp

The survey will be open until 5th December for you to give us your views.

Thank you!

Starting Well Parent / Carer survey and prize draw – December 5

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Are you a parent/carer with children under 8? Or expecting a child? Calderdale Council would love your views!

By completing the survey you have the chance to be entered into a free prize draw to win one of three prizes of high street vouchers before Christmas.

You can find out more and complete the survey by scanning this QR code

Or going to https://surveys.qaresearch.co.uk/Calderdaleparents.asp

The survey will be open until 5th December for you to give us your views.

Thank you!

Parent and Carer survey and prize draw – December 5

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Are you a parent/carer with children under 8? Or expecting a child? Calderdale Council would love your views!

By completing the survey you have the chance to be entered into a free prize draw to win one of three prizes of high street vouchers before Christmas.

You can find out more and complete the survey by scanning this QR code

Or going to https://surveys.qaresearch.co.uk/Calderdaleparents.asp

The survey will be open until 5th December for you to give us your views.

Thank you!

Live Engagement on Older People’s Care Homes

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Consultation opens on Friday 15th October, closes on Friday 26th November 2021

Calderdale Council and NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) along with other providers, and professionals are committed to working together to build sustainable and quality services to improve the quality of life of older people who live in nursing or residential care homes.

Calderdale Council and NHS Calderdale CCG are working in partnership, leading on a piece of engagement that will inform our work to build a sustainable model of older people’s care home provision across Calderdale.  

 

It is important that we hear from residents, staff members/health and social care professionals and relatives/friends. Our aim is to gather as many views and experiences as we can so we have an understanding of what really matters to the people who live, work or have a relative/friend who lives in a Calderdale care home. 

 Please click here to take you to the survey that’s relevant for you to complete.

 If you would like to know more information about this piece of engagement please contact Joanna Marshall, Commissioning Engagement Officer at Calderdale Council joanna.marshall@calderdale.gov.uk

What makes your community thrive?

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Staying Well are looking to capture people’s views on what can happen in local areas to help health and wellbeing.

This is part of the Thriving Communities agenda and will shape how things are developed in the future.

To have your say complete our survey here or get in touch with us on 01422 392767 to talk more.

Help shape final plans for A641 improvements

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Residents and businesses around the Brighouse area, as well as those living, working or travelling along the A641 from Bradford to Kirklees, are being asked to share feedback on a shortlist of plans to improve infrastructure and connections on the route.

Calderdale Council is working with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and in collaboration with Bradford and Kirklees councils, on plans to improve the A641 – a key route through Brighouse which connects Huddersfield and Bradford.

A shortlist package of suggested measures to improve travel along the A641 to enhance accessibility and connectivity for all modes of transport has now been developed. This has been informed by the valuable public feedback received earlier this year and includes junction improvements, new cycleways and green space and other new transport measures to better connect communities. Feedback from this consultation will be used to shape the preferred final package of interventions.

The proposals are split into five areas along the route and can be viewed in detail at https://www.yourvoice.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/a641

A641 Improvement Scheme: Bradford – Brighouse – Huddersfield | Your Voice

A641 Connecting Communities Public consultation 19 July – 15 August
Calderdale Council, working closely with the neighbouring authorities of Kirklees and Bradford, and with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, is developing a series of improvements to the A641 to help provide better connections for the communities along and between Huddersfield, Brighouse and Bradford. 

 

People can have their say on proposals via the survey on this page. There’s also the opportunity to ask the team questions via the Q&A tool. Those without access to the internet can call 0113 245 7676. The closing date for feedback on the shortlisted concept proposals is Sunday 15 August 2021

Your views matter Active Calderdale Survey extended

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Active Calderdale want your help to gain true insight across the borough. This is your opportunity to express how you feel about being active in your local area so that Active Calderdale can gain further understanding of how to help improve the perceptions and reduce the inequalities.

 

That’s why we’ve launched the Your Views Matter Survey, which is aimed at adults living in Calderdale and will be sent out annually from 7th May to 7th June. This year’s survey is now live and can be completed via https://bit.ly/3xgxUoX.

This survey will provide us with the insights we need to shape the direction of Active Calderdale and create impactful change.

Complete the survey before 7 June 2021 to have your say and make real difference.

Accessibility

Translated forms are available in the online version of the survey https://bit.ly/3xgxUoX

If you prefer a paper copy, you can pick up one from an open local library. Paper copies are available in English only.

Further information on the Your Views Matter Survey can be found at https://active.calderdale.gov.uk/blog/your-views-matter-local-survey-2021

If you have any other questions or feedback regarding the Your Views Matter Survey or the Your Views Matter Partner Pack, please contact activecalderdale@calderdale.gov.uk

Your answers will help to tackle inequalities and get more people moving in the borough, evaluate the perceptions of residents on their physical and mental wellbeing, and how they feel about being active in their local areas.

 

Help Us Understand How Covid-19 Has Impacted Crime and Other Activities

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Neighbourhood watch COVID-19 and crime survey

 

We are delighted to be working with University College London to understand how COVID-19 has impacted upon people’s routine and online activities, crime and their perceptions of it.

To help with this work, we are encouraging our supporters to participate in a short survey (surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9LGPHDL) which closes on 23rd December.

As well as understanding how the pandemic has affected things to date, the aim of the survey is to understand how it might do so in the future. Your participation will be really valuable and help us understand things that other data cannot.

We estimate that it will take about 15-20 minutes to complete. Your responses will be stored securely and you will not be asked for any information that would identify you as an individual.

If you are willing to take part, please complete this survey: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9LGPHDL

Please support this work – with your help I am sure we can gain real insight into the effects of COVID-19 on crime.

Yours faithfully,

Central Support Team, Neighbourhood Watch Network

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Support with green social prescribing bid – Closing November 25th

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West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership would like your help us to understand the barriers people face in accessing greenspace and your potential interest in green social prescribing.

We have created a very short survey (closing this Wed 25th November). It is the first stage of a much more detailed engagement piece.

Take The Survey

Green social prescribing links people to nature-based interventions and activities and includes both green and blue (rivers, lakes etc) environments. Activities are varied and may include green exercise, such as local Walking for Health schemes and dementia walks, active travel (such as walking or cycling), local Park Runs, care farming, community gardening and food growing projects, as well as conservation volunteering, green gyms, and arts and cultural activities which take place outdoors.

We would appreciate if you could complete this survey for us. We are especially keen on hearing from people living in the most deprived areas, people from BAME backgrounds, and people with mental health conditions, learning disabilities and autism.