The Steering Group asked what improvements should be made, giving a list of various
topics, 44% of respondents thought the drainage in the village should be improved.
This was a popular discussion point as extra comments were also made in this section
regarding drainage. Concerns were also voiced about the pumping station at the river
bank being able to cope under flood conditions. The next popular topic was mobile
phone reception, 21% of people thought this could be improved, 12% would like to
be able to receive natural gas.
To make residents fully aware of the action already taken to vastly reduce the risk
of a repeat of the floods of 2007.
To make residents aware of the ongoing consultation with the Environment Agency with
regard to replacing the old clough door to be used under flood conditions.
The question was asked “how often do you use the telephone box”, out of 82 responses
all said they never use it.
To keep a watching brief on British Telecom’s plans for rural public phone box service.
“I do not use the telephone box anymore because you cannot use coins in it”
To which of the below do you feel improvements should be made?