Residents are being urged to have their say on services provided by Weymouth Town Council and help it plan for the future. 

The Council has today launched a residents’ survey to gain feedback on its services. Everyone who completes the short survey will have the chance to be entered into a prize draw with the chance to win one £100 high street shopping voucher. 

Services run by the Council include everything from public toilets, parks, gardens, and open spaces to the beach and promenade. Statutory services like housing, education, waste and recycling are run by Dorset Council, not the town council. 

Council Leader Cllr David Harris said: “Weymouth Town Council is committed to listening to residents and acting in their best interests. Our residents’ survey will provide valuable feedback on what is important to everyone living in the town and help us understand what people think of their council.

“The survey results will also be used to evaluate satisfaction levels with the services the Council provides so that we can continue to make improvements for the benefit of all residents and tourists who visit our beautiful coastal town.” 

Survey questions cover residents’ thoughts on customer service satisfaction levels when contacting the council to views on how clean and well-maintained facilities are, from toilets to parks, gardens, and open spaces. 

The consultation runs until Friday 24th November and is available online at You can also go to Weymouth Library and get support to fill out the survey online. 

For more information about Weymouth Town Council services, visit the website

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