Council launches survey to find out what people think to the sports and leisure facilities in Higginson Park, Marlow
A survey aimed at finding out what local people think about the sports complex and leisure facilities in Higginson Park, Marlow has been launched by Wycombe District Council.
The questions in the survey focus around the Court Garden Leisure Complex, including the bowling green, cricket pitch and tennis courts.
The aim of the survey is for the Council to find out if the current facilities are still ticking all the right boxes for local residents and sports clubs.
Cllr Julia Adey, Wycombe District Council’s Cabinet Member for Community, commented: ‘It’s been over 40 years since Court Garden Leisure Complex first opened its doors to the public and over that time it has become a well-used facility. We want to know if local residents and sports clubs are still happy with the mix of facilities on offer in the complex, or if they would like to see changes or improvements made in the future. I would encourage everyone who uses the centre to complete a survey and tell us what they like and what they’d want to improve – and for those who don’t use it to tell us why not!‘
The survey, which will be open for six weeks, runs until Sunday 2nd August 2015. It can be completed online and hard copies are also available from Court Garden Leisure Complex reception and Marlow Information Centre.
To complete the online version of the survey and for further information please visit the Wycombe District Council website.
Once the responses from the survey are in Wycombe District Council will appoint a specialist consultant who will use the findings of the survey as part of a review into the long term future of the sports and leisure facilities that are provided in Higginson Park. This report will be completed and published by the end of 2015.