List includes Marston Thrift and Cranfield’s Millennium Park
Central Bedfordshire Council is undertaking an online survey about its countryside sites and is asking residents and users for their views.
The council said it wants to provide countryside sites that are great places for the local community to enjoy, exercise, relax, and play.
The public is asked to give feedback what they think about the sites at www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/countryside-feedback.
The survey covers topics around cleanliness and maintenance of this site, wildlife and conservation projects and the range of visitor facilities and / or events that are available.
The council is asking anyone that has visited one of their sites to complete the survey and to tell them their thoughts about how it could be improved.
The survey will take no longer than five minutes to complete. The council said the feedback will help it to manage the sites to meet the needs of the community.
Councillor Ian Dalgarno, executive member for Community Services for Central Bedfordshire Council, said:
“We want to offer countryside sites that are great places for the local community to relax, meet friends, exercise or simply escape for a short time.
“We are seeking the views of the residents and users to make sure our sites are fit for the future. This survey is a really good opportunity for residents and users to have their say about what they think of the facilities, cleanliness of the sites and what they feel could be improved upon.”
Sites included in the survey:
- Marston Thrift, Marston Moretaine
- Millennium Park, Cranfield
- Kings Wood and Glebe Meadows, Houghton Conquest
- Baulk Wood, Henlow
- Biggleswade Linear Wood, Saxon Drive
- Blue Waters and Plaiters Way, Houghton Regis
- Blunham Disused Railway
- Campton Plantation Wood, next to CBC offices
- Centenary Wood, Pulloxhill / Greenfield
- Clipstone Brook, Leighton Buzzard
- Etonbury Wood, Stofold / Arlesey
- Flitton Moor
- Flitwick Wood
- Froghall Wood, Steppingley
- Heath Wood & Meadow, Leighton Buzzard
- Henlow Common and Langford Meadows
- Jubilee Wood, Biggleswade
- Kings Wood, Heath and Reach
- Knolls Wood, Leighton Buzzard
- Linslade Wood, Leighton Buzzard
- Maulden Church Meadow
- Riverside Walk, Leighton Buzzard
- Saxon Gate Pocket Park, Biggleswade
- Sewell Cutting, Dunstable
- Studham Common
- Tiddenfoot Waterside Park, Leighton Buzzard
- Walkers Green, Shefford
- Woodland Chase, Arlesey