Maldon and District CVS Survey – Calling All Users!

Posted on: April 24, 2019

Maldon and District CVS is looking to review its organisational strategy reflecting its priorities for 2019 onwards. To do this they are keen to hear from a range of their members, partners and other stakeholders. If you are able to complete a short survey about their services, your priorities and what you need from your local CVS they would be grateful.

The survey can be completed online at:

Please circulate this link to anyone who you think might be interested in feeding in and if you have any questions please contact Sarah on 01621 851891 or [email protected].

Please complete your feedback by Friday 10th May 2019 

Author: Steering Member
Categories: News, Opportunities

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