Residents and community groups that use Woodlands Hall and the area around it have been invited to take part in a survey run by East Hampshire District Council.
The hall is at the centre of the Heatherlands community, in Headley Down, and the council is keen to find out how the facilities are used so they can be made more useful to local residents.
Anyone that lives nearby or regularly uses Woodlands Hall and the surrounding open space is invited to complete a survey to help shape its future.
One entry will be awarded a £50 voucher.
The survey is open now and will close on Sunday 24 October
Cllr Julie Butler, EHDC Portfolio Holder for Welfare and Community Integration, said: “Woodlands Hall is a vital part of the community there and we want to make sure that it is being put to the best possible use.
“If you have any views on the hall and how it could be used then please complete this survey and help make your community a better place for everyone.”
The data provide in any response will not be used for any other purpose and will be held in accordance with GDPR and the Data Protection Act.
The survey should only take about ten mins to complete and can be completed online
If you would like a paper copy of the survey or have any questions, please contact Nicola Clements, Woodlands Hall Manager, on 01428 717231 or 07590776375. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org