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Hunt for feedback on Ararat aquatic centre

Ararat Rural City Council wants to know what people think about the services, programs, activities and facilities on offer at Ararat Aquatic and Recreation Centre.
The council is keen for residents to have their say by filling out a survey which would then provide information to help provide municipal direction on services.
The council’s strategic recreation planner Nicole Frampton said the Recreation and Aquatic Centre, Ararat YMCA, Feasibility Study Project aimed to gather information to ‘improve the services offered at the centre and create a better facility for everyone.’
She said the aquatic centre was a highly valued community facility and the council and YMCA wanted to ensure it was providing the services and facilities users wanted.
She added that it was important to hear a wide range of views including from people who had stopped using, and people who have never used, the centre.
“If you haven’t used the centre before or if you have used the centre in the past but no longer visit, we’d really like to hear why,” she said.
“And if you are a user, we’d like to know what services you use, what you don’t use and why, and any improvements that could be made.
“Everyone’s opinion really does count. This is your chance to give us your views on your centre and help shape a better facility for everyone.”

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Posted on Nov 28 2012

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