How are reductions in public services in rural areas affecting you and your family?

Easton

Rural areas make up a large part of my constituency and I am always keen to keep in close touch with residents in the villages. Yesterday I launched my Rural Survey and went door knocking in Easton on the Hill, Collyweston and Kings Cliffe to speak to people about issues such as rural bus services, GP waiting times and policing. I will be out in other rural areas over the coming weeks but if I don’t get the chance to knock on your door I would still very much like to hear your views and experiences.

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey below and tell me about how reductions in public services in rural areas is affecting you and your family.

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One Comment on “How are reductions in public services in rural areas affecting you and your family?”

  1. Neil Wise says:

    I and my family live in Weldon and the only bus service we have is the Stagecoach X4. On average this is hourly on weekdays and Saturdays, very few on Sundays. This bus does not go to ASDA to enable people without a car to do a weekly shop or connect with other bus services. For those who work it does not provide buses early enough for villagers to travel to towns like Wellingborough early enough in the mornings to get to work.


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