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Survey of people's needs

PUBLISHED: 18:23 06 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:57 30 June 2010

A SURVEY that aims to give a better understanding of local people's access needs is currently being given out across the rural parishes.

The Access4Life survey is being distributed to homes by a charity named the Norfolk Rural Community Council, with the results expected to prompt new community based initiatives from September onwards.

A SURVEY that aims to give a better understanding of local people's access needs is currently being given out across the rural parishes.

The Access4Life survey is being distributed to homes by a charity named the Norfolk Rural Community Council, with the results expected to prompt new community based initiatives from September onwards.

It is also going to libraries, surgeries, as well as Sure Start centres, and is available online www.norfolkrcc.org.uk. The deadline for completion is Friday, July 9.

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