Our Staffordshire Communities – tell us about your community and how we can all do our bit!

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The survey period has now ended, and any responses submitted after 12pm on 29 February will not be included in the prize draw.

Thanks to everyone who has taken part in this survey and other engagement we have been doing. Your thoughts are really helpful, and we will now analyse everything we've heard.



Staffordshire people can help shape a long-term plan in partnership with the county council to take action and improve their communities.

Staffordshire’s communities are a huge part of what makes this such a great county. When people come together to help out, amazing things happen.

That’s why we launched #DoingOurBit in 2019 – a campaign asking residents to get involved with their communities and encouraging people to help themselves, each other, and the place that they live.

However, we know that things have changed since we started #DoingOurBit. The pandemic, and pressures from the increasing cost of living, mean that things can be tough for our communities, and people are having to adapt. We are all facing new challenges every day. With less money available and more people needing support, the council and our partners are also having to do things differently.

Why we are asking

In response to these changes, we are updating how we work with communities. We want to hear from you about what makes your community great and what matters most, as well as collect your great ideas about how we can support Staffordshire’s communities to get more involved and improve their local areas.

What we will do with your answers

After the closing date, all information received will be analysed by the Council and a written summary report of the key findings will be produced to support the development of a Staffordshire Communities Strategy. Your answers are anonymous and the survey results will be stored securely within Staffordshire County Council’s engagement system. We will also publish the results here on Let's Talk Staffordshire.





The survey period has now ended, and any responses submitted after 12pm on 29 February will not be included in the prize draw.

Thanks to everyone who has taken part in this survey and other engagement we have been doing. Your thoughts are really helpful, and we will now analyse everything we've heard.



Staffordshire people can help shape a long-term plan in partnership with the county council to take action and improve their communities.

Staffordshire’s communities are a huge part of what makes this such a great county. When people come together to help out, amazing things happen.

That’s why we launched #DoingOurBit in 2019 – a campaign asking residents to get involved with their communities and encouraging people to help themselves, each other, and the place that they live.

However, we know that things have changed since we started #DoingOurBit. The pandemic, and pressures from the increasing cost of living, mean that things can be tough for our communities, and people are having to adapt. We are all facing new challenges every day. With less money available and more people needing support, the council and our partners are also having to do things differently.

Why we are asking

In response to these changes, we are updating how we work with communities. We want to hear from you about what makes your community great and what matters most, as well as collect your great ideas about how we can support Staffordshire’s communities to get more involved and improve their local areas.

What we will do with your answers

After the closing date, all information received will be analysed by the Council and a written summary report of the key findings will be produced to support the development of a Staffordshire Communities Strategy. Your answers are anonymous and the survey results will be stored securely within Staffordshire County Council’s engagement system. We will also publish the results here on Let's Talk Staffordshire.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Note: This survey is for residents and businesses. If you are from local voluntary/charitable organisations, are a partner of the county council, or are an Elected Member, we ask that you complete the Partner survey instead by clicking here.

    The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

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