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Redditch Borough Council are working with partners to try to better understand how local people feel about Covid-19 and the vaccination programme.

Partners including Public Health, the NHS, Worcestershire County Council and Redditch Borough Council are working together to determine how residents in the local community feel about covid-19 vaccination and their thoughts and views on having or not having the vaccine.

To gather this information, a survey has been created. An online version is available at:

Several hard copy surveys will be available at the Town Hall and a number will also be available in community locations at Sandycroft Centre, West Avenue, Smallwood, B98 7DH and at BARN (Bromsgrove and Redditch Network) Community House, 103 Easemore Road, B98 8EY.

Cllr Matt Dormer, Leader of Redditch Borough Council, said: “In Redditch we have a very diverse mix of communities and I’d urge everyone to get involved and have their say so that we, and other partner organisations, can get a true representation of residents’ views. It is an important piece of partnership work which will ensure local perspectives are considered in Covid-19 work going forward.”

The data will be stored by Redditch Borough Council and only used for the express purpose of supporting the local partnership approach to Covid-19.

The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and will close at 5pm on Monday 31 January 2022.