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Moray Council asks for public help with lockdown recovery plan

By Jonathan Clark

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Moray Council
Moray Council

MORAY Council is looking for public help as it prepares its covid-19 lockdown recovery plan.

The council has released an online survey where Moray residents can give feedback on their experiences during lockdown.

The council said it wants to involve local residents in shaping the plan so that key issues can be prioritised.

A statement read: "As a result of the pandemic, we had to deliver services in a different way.

"We want to hear about your experiences during lockdown and how you, your family and community were affected.

"We have prepared an online survey which we invite you to complete so that we can capture the information which will help us to understand the impact of Covid-19 on communities in Moray and help us to plan for the future."

The link to the survey is https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/COVIDRESPONSEMORAY .

It will be open from August 28 until the September 25.

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