Community Buildings on Great Western Park, Didcot
There are two new community buildings set to be built on Great Western Park next year and this will bring a total of three centres available for everyone to use. We want these new buildings to cater to the needs of any individual or group who may want to use the spaces, both indoor and outdoor, for any number of activities.

The Northern Neighbourhood Community Centre on Great Western Park has been open for some time and comprises of a mid-sized multi-function room, small kitchen and garden area. The two future community buildings will both be larger than the existing centre and one of these will have a more extensive outdoor area for sport and other outdoor activities.

We want to know what you want from all of the buildings on Great Western Park - what they should be used for and how they should be managed. Therefore, we would like to invite you to complete following survey to make your views heard.

This survey should take less than ten minutes and all information will be treated confidentially (see the privacy notice at the bottom for more information).

About you
In order to determine if we have received responses to the questionnaire that are representative of the demographics of our ward/parish, please help us by ticking the appropriate question boxes below. All information is confidential.
Do you live / work / study in any of the following areas? (tick all that apply)
Are you a resident of Great Western Park (GWP)? *
If yes, can you indicate which area do you live in? (If other, please leave the first part of postcode, the outward code, in the comment box)
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What is your age? *
Which of the following describes how you think of yourself? *
Are your day to day activities limited because of a health problem or disability? *
Are you:
Do you represent a business that might use a community centre? *
Local community buildings
Here is a list of some of the community buildings in Didcot. Please tick all comments that apply. *
I have not heard of it
I have heard of it but have never used it
I have used this building in the past
I am currently using it
The All Saints' Youth and Community Hall
The Barn
Boundary Park (inc. the pavilion)
Didcot Civic Hall
Cornerstone Arts Centre
Fleet Meadow Community Hall
Ladygrove Community Centre
Northern Neighbourhood Community Centre
The Northbourne Centre
Didcot Leisure Centre
Willowbrook Leisure Centre
Community facilities offered by local schools (halls, pitches etc)
What do you use community buildings for? (Tick all that apply) *
Required
If you do NOT use any of the community buildings that are available in Didcot, can you specify the reasons? (Tick all that apply)
Are you satisfied with the cost of using these facilities?
Very dissatisfied
Very satsified
Please leave any related comments
Your answer
Are the building and facilities generally suitable for their use and well maintained?
Very unsuitable
Very suitable
Please leave any related comments
Your answer
Are the buildings/facilities simple to book and use?
Very difficult
Very easy
What is your preferred method of booking? *
Required
Please leave any related comments
Your answer
Have you noticed if any of the facilities or activities in existing community buildings are over or under utilised?
Your answer
Desired usages
What would you like to use community buildings for? (Tick all that apply) *
Required
Are the available community buildings suitable for your needs? If not why not?
Your answer
Management of the buildings
Which of these groups would you like to be involved in running the facilities? *
No
Yes
No opinion
Residents' association
Council
Professional management company
Local churches or religious groups
Local schools
Local charities
Other local groups (please specify below)
Please leave any related comments
Your answer
Would you be interested in helping to run the new community buildings? If so please leave contact details.
Your answer
To finish
There will be a total of three community buildings available on GWP. What do community centres mean to you and what activities do you think your community need? *
Your answer
Any other comments?
Your answer
Would you like to be involved in a focus group discussion on this topic? (Please leave your name and email address if yes)
Your answer
Privacy Notice
You are being asked for your name and contact details so that we can process your request to be included in the research for the management of the community centres on Great Western Park. We believe this service is provided to you because it is in your legitimate interests, as well as in the council’s, to keep you informed. This personal information will be passed to two companies we work with on this project, Oxford University Student Consultancy Team who are collecting this information on behalf of the councils to complete this public task and Community First Oxfordshire who will be using the data captured to provide recommendations for the management of the community centres. We will keep these records until the community centres are up and running plus two years for the management of these to be put in place.
You have the right to request at any time:
1. what data we hold about you; please refer to our webpage on data subject access requests, as you may wish to use our specific form for this
2. that incorrect or out of date information about you be corrected;
3. that we suspend processing your data for a short while if appropriate
4. that all your data relating to this service be removed from our records

If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us on 01235 422473 or by email on didcotgardentown@southandvale.gov.uk using GWP Community Centres as the subject line.
Our records, and those of our partners, are regularly monitored by auditors to ensure your information is kept securely and used only for the purposes mentioned above.
If you would like to know more about how we use and store your data, please see our webpages: http://www.southoxon.gov.uk/about-us/contact-us/requesting-information/data-protection-0 and http://www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/about-us/contact-us/requesting-information/data-protection .
If you believe we have not handled your personal data as we have described here, please either call 01235 422485 or contact us by email to data.protection@southandvale.gov.uk and your concerns will be fully investigated. If, after we have investigated your concerns, you are not satisfied with our conclusion, you have the right to refer the matter to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). You can reach them through this link to their website or call them on 0303 123 1113. Their mailing address is:

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Wilmslow
Cheshire
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