Have Your Say On Stourbridge Park Improvements

Visitors to Mary Stevens Park are being invited to take part in a survey following on from an exciting £3.1m programme of improvements.

Dudley Council is running the survey to gain feedback on the park’s recent Heritage Lottery Fund investment and to see how it’s changed the way people perceive and use the park.

Recent improvements include work to the park gates, war memorial, bandstand and Heath pool as well as the creation of a new cafe and toilet facilities. 

People can take part in the survey online at http://bit.ly/MaryStevensParkSurvey or by collecting a questionnaire from the park’s activity centre. Closing date for the survey is Friday 2 September. Councillor Hilary Bills, cabinet member for environmental services, said: 

“This is a great opportunity for peopley who visit Mary Stevens Park to tell us about how they visit and utilise the park and we’re keen to gain insight into how the recent improvements may have enhanced their time there.”

A grant of £2.6m has come from lottery funding and the total project cost is £3.1m. A heritage ranger has been appointed to deliver a programme of activities at the park. 

For further information contact park ranger Deborah Merrick on 01384 815279 or e-mail deborah.merrick@dudley.gov.uk


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