We use a range of channels for communicating information about the council and the services we provide. This includes using social media such as Facebook and Twitter along with the website and traditional media such as local newspapers and radio. We often have drop-in sessions on specific issues and we also use local community groups when we want to consult on things like our budget. We provide a newsletter to parish councils and stakeholders but we no longer produce a printed newsletter for residents. Instead we are moving more to electronic forms of communication such as emails and e-newsletters.
How do you communicate with residents?
Where you see this symbol you can submit a question and we will add the answer to our pool of Frequently Asked Questions for the benefit of other users. Whilst using the website if you come across a term or word you do not understand, then you can submit it to our glossary and we will provide an explanation, which again will help other users. We try to use plain language where possible and your feedback will help. Thank you.