Cratloe Community Survey
A New Opportunity for Cratloe - Tell us what you think

Local volunteers from Cratloe Community Council are leading a community planning process for the community and we want to hear what YOU, the residents of the area, think: what do you like about living here, what don’t you like, and how might life be improved?

We’re asking you to think about the questions below, talk about them with family, friends, neighbours, and then give us your thoughts. We encourage all residents – of all ages - to participate and we ask parents/guardians to support their children to complete a questionnaire. Additional copies of the survey are available at Cratloe Shop.

The entire survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. This is the online version of the survey. If you or anyone you know is unable to complete it online, please pull out the centre page from the newsletter and return your completed survey to the secure box in Cratloe Shop or to one of your local Lotto collectors who may be calling to your house in the coming weeks.The Deadline for completing the survey is Friday October 11th.

The survey is completely anonymous. We will feed back the results of our consultation to the community in due course and we will hold further local conversations on the issues identified.

We would love more people involved in the project so if would like to be involved in this exciting project, please email cccenv1@gmail.com or private message us via the CCC facebook page.

Thank you,

Cratloe Community Council.

This initiative is supported by the Clare LEADER Programme and the Clare Local Development Company
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In your opinion, what is GOOD about living, working, raising a family, growing older in Cratloe?
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In your opinion, what is NOT SO GOOD about living, working, raising a family, growing older in Cratloe?
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What 3 priority actions (in order of importance) would you identify to improve the quality of life of the community – and all its residents - in Cratloe?
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