Increasing inclusivity and understanding each other – Survey 2

Jun 10, 2021 | Community News

“I am doing my final project at uni and it is about representing all voices in the community and  I am hoping to ask a range of people from where we live a few questions and then create visual responses from these answers which will go in an exhibition to be shown in Millbrook in August! I was wondering whether I’d be able to ask you the questions? There are around 6 and you can write as much or as little as you want!”

Eleanor Belton

What are your top three values? (E.g equality, sustainability, caring)

What would you like to change?

What do people outside of your community get wrong about the people that live in it?

 

Please respond to the questions by adding your comments. 

The comments will be published for Eleanor to view.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Lyvinia

    What are your top three values? Justice, freedom, respect

    What would you like to change? More creative amenities for young people; affordable housing

    What do people outside of your community get wrong about the people that live in it? I’m not sure what they think, but maybe there is a perception that people who live here are financially affluent, which isn’t the case for many.

    Reply
  2. Tracey

    Eco aware
    Reliable
    Always ready to listen and help if I can
    Change, maybe steering the youngsters onto a path that doesn’t lead to drink, drugs and vandalism
    I think outsiders don’t appreciate the diversity, and can be given the wrong impression because of that.

    Reply

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