HAVE the chance to say how you think the council should be run by taking part in a survey on what is most important for your community.

Wiltshire Council wants to hear from anyone who lives in the area and has an idea about how to improve day to day living in the county. from social care to recycling, Wiltshire council have an annual budget of over £300m.

From Monday, the survey will quiz people about how they feel council tax should best be spent in the local communities.

When becoming leader, Philip Whitehead said he was keen to work more closely with town, parish and city councils.

Laura Mayes, cabinet member for public health, said: “Each community area in Wiltshire has its own unique identity so we’re keen to hear from a real cross section of the county to help us plan the way forward and the type of support we should be providing.

“This survey is just the first step and we look forward to engaging with our communities and ensure their voices are heard and reflected.”

The survey can be found at www.wiltshire.gov.uk/council-democracy-area-boards and in local libraries.