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Have you completed our Life in Pendle survey yet?

Published: Tuesday, 7th December 2021

N&CC students

If you haven’t completed our Life in Pendle survey yet, Councillor Nadeem Ahmed, Leader of Pendle Council, is urging you to give your views on what it’s like living in the borough.

Questions range from whether residents plan to stay in the area, the impact of the pandemic and what local people would be prepared to do to help tackle climate change.  

The survey, which closes on Sunday, also asks about important issues including safety and health and wellbeing. 

Councillor Ahmed said: “Thank you to everyone who has completed the survey so far.  

“We’ve had a fantastic number of responses already but we’d like to hear from even more residents to get a better understanding of what life is like for you in Pendle. 

“We want to make the borough an even better place to live - without your comments our decision making can’t reflect your needs.” 

This year the survey has been developed with students from Nelson & Colne College who are learning about research. 

Mya Jalal Farrow, student who helped to create the survey, said: “It’s really important that everyone completes the survey. 

“The results will really help the Council to make Pendle a better place for all of us.” 

Liv Williamson, student, added: ”We’ve all put a lot of time and effort into creating the Life in Pendle survey so it would be really helpful if residents would fill it out.” 

Councillor Ahmed added: “We’re going to look at what you tell us so that we can identify any improvements and your responses will help us to shape future local decisions.  

“If you live in Pendle and want to help improve the area please have your say!

“It only takes five minutes and all responses are anonymous. 

“It’s so important that we understand the needs of local people.” 

Hannah Hartley, student, added: “Completing the survey will make a difference to your local area!” 

The online survey is available on Pendle Council’s website –