To make sure Bolsover Distict continues to be a great place to live, work and play we need to hear from you about the services we provide and the decisions we take.
Maybe you want to speak up about something, influence the decisions that are made in your community or simply find out what's happening near you. Wherever you are, however much time you have, and however you prefer to get in touch, there's a way for you to 'Have your Say'.
Your views are vital to us in providing the best services possible - that's why we actively seek your views through a variety of methods that help us shape the services and activities we provide to meet your needs.
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Ask Derbyshire is a website which provides information on all current, forthcoming and past consultations which we have run.
The Citizen's Panel consists of approximately 1,000 local residents who have agreed to give us and Derbyshire County Council their views and opinions on important local issues.
The Citizens’ Panel receive approximately four questionnaire surveys a year. Surveys take only 10 minutes to complete and can be returned in a free post envelope or filled in on-line. Panel members can also choose to take part in consultation meetings, interviews and telephone surveys. The panel is one way that we can:
The Panel receives regular feedback on any issues we have asked about in a newsletter called Viewpoint. You can view past Citizens Panel surveys by visiting Ask Derbyshire.
If you would like to join the Bolsover District Citizens Panel, please fill in the registration form.
The Bolsover District Young Voice meets formally five times a year. All secondary schools in the District (Tibshelf, Shirebrook, Bolsover, Frederick Gent, Heritage High and Stubbin Wood) elect or nominate six young people each to represent them as their Youth Councillors.
Young Voice was started as a pilot project and has gone from strength to strength and we award the Youth Council a budget to spend on projects it identifies each year.
The aims of the Youth Council are to:
Youth Councillors were involved in the following projects in 2013/14:
We have also produced an evaluation report (467kb) for the 2013/14 Youth Council Programme.
The latest list of Key Decisions (147kb) (published on 24 March 2017) and items to be...
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