Tell us how you are coping with the coronavirus crisis – Take our survey

Tuesday, 15 June, 2021

The enormous impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been felt across the district in many different ways. It's why we were keen to hear what you think.

We would like to understand how the pandemic continues to affect you and what you are comfortable doing during these unusual times. This will be crucial in planning the district’s recovery, and your views will be a very important part of this.

Questions focus on the impact on mental health and personal finances as well as other difficulties experienced during the crisis.

East Hampshire District Council has committed to running the survey every few months, this is the third issue, and the results will be compared to help spot trends and changes.

Councillor Richard Millard, Leader of East Hampshire District Council, said: “The survey looks at a number of issues, including; employment, financial support, mental health, access to services, education, community safety and links to the community.

“It also tries to understand how local behaviours might change in the future – including working from home, more active travel or volunteering.”

The survey takes approximately five minutes to complete and is totally confidential. You can take part here until midnight on Friday 2 July 2021.

More information can be found on our website at www.easthants.gov.uk/c19 or by calling 023 9244 6053.