KNUTSFORD residents could win £100 to spend in local shops and restaurants by sharing their views on the town’s parks and open spaces.

A survey launched by Knutsford Town Council is seeking views on how the local community uses green spaces.

Residents are invited to make suggestions about what improvements or changes could be made.

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The data will feed into a green spaces strategy which will help guide and secure investment in public open space across the town.

The aim is to ensure Knutsford has a diverse network of open spaces to support the needs of all the community.

Evidence gathered from the survey can be used to support applications for external funding.

Mayor Cllr Colin Banks said: “Whether it’s walking your dog, picnics or play, we are keen to better understand how residents use their green spaces and what changes could be made to make them better.”

“We are keen to hear from as many residents as possible so as an added incentive you could win £100 of Knutsford vouchers.

“That could be a great meal at Evuna, some jewellery from Clarity or PR Jones or essentials at Woods Butchers.”

The survey includes optional sections on facilities for young people, the community orchard, the heath and Moor.

The survey is open for six weeks and closes on Friday, July 12.

It can be completed online at

Paper copies of the survey are available at The Welcome and Knutsford Library.