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Tell The City What You Think About It!

Tell The City What You Think About It!

Sheffield City Partnership has been developing a programme of work focused on engaging people across the city in conversations about their experiences of life in Sheffield – from the best bits, to the biggest challenges.

The information collected will then feed in to the State of Sheffield engagement event on 17th May, where attendees will be able to find out about Sheffield residents real experiences of life in the city.

If you would be interested in taking part in a short and fun chat about your experiences of life in Sheffield then you can use this tool to capture your views about what works about Sheffield, what doesn’t and what change you would like to see in the city.

To take part and to have your voice heard, please contact:
Laura White
Partnership Manager – Sheffield City Partnership
Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH
Tel: 0114 27 36899
Email: sheffieldcitypartnership@sheffield.gov.uk
Twitter: @sheffieldcpb

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