Last chance to have your say on faith in Norfolk
2009: Norfolk County Council
want county residents to share their views and experiences about religion and belief in Norfolk today, but you only have a few days left to have your say.
The online survey seeks residents’ views and aims to ensure that the services the council provides are accessible to and inclusive of everyone in Norfolk, whether or not they have a religion or belief or not.
This survey gives people an opportunity to share their views and experiences about religion and belief in Norfolk today, but it closes on September 14 and will report back on October 15.
In the last national Census, around half of Norfolk residents said they were Christian and a quarter said they had no religion. Other faiths mentioned include Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism and secular groups.
The findings of the survey will help develop a practical, three-year action plan to address any issues that have been raised and ensure equality for all.
The survey is quick and easy to complete and will only take you five minutes
More information is available from Jo Richardson: Corporate Equality and Diversity Manager, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or tel: 01603 223816