Welcome to the Normandy Parish Council Survey

The Parish Council is the first tier of local government.  Normandy Parish Council comprises of nine councillors (although there is currently one vacancy) and two members of staff.  The Councillors are all unpaid holders of public office, with legal responsibilities.

Normandy Parish Council provides a varied range of services.  This is your chance to have a say about those services, so please let us know your views.  There is a space for comment in the main body of the survey and also at the end, where you can elaborate on issues, share your thoughts, and make suggestions.

Completing the questionnaire

All parish residents (regardless of age) are invited to take part.

The questionnaire will be available for four weeks from Wednesday 5th January until midnight on Thursday 3rd February 2022.

This is predominantly an online survey, although paper copies can be completed.  If completing a paper version of the survey please return your completed form to Amy McLeod, The Beeches, Guildford Road, Normandy. GU3 2AW

The purpose of the survey is to provide feedback to the council regarding the services and facilities provided by the council. The survey aims to find out about any issues in the village which affect the residents of Normandy so that Councillors can prioritise issues and take appropriate and proportionate actions.

These are the areas for which Normandy Parish Council has direct responsibility:

Hunts Hill Road car park, bus shelters, litter bins, planning responses, Normandy Community SpeedWatch Scheme, Speed Data Recorders and Vehicle Activated Signs, Normandy war memorial, land management including Manor Fruit Farm, the Allotments and Normandy Common (land owned by and leased to the parish council), devolved land maintenance (clearing of certain ditches, sightlines), benches, Normandy Flood Forum, village signs, parish noticeboards, various events (including the Bonfire night, annual picnic or Summer fete), sign cleaning, play areas and grants to local organisations. 

Other areas are the responsibility of Guildford Borough Council, such as planning and licensing, or Surrey County Council, for highways, buses, and education.  Further clarification is available on the parish website:

www.normandyparishcouncil.gov.uk under local services.


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