Survey for Moors residents

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Residents living in the North York Moors are being asked to air their views on how the area is run.

The National Park Authority wants to know how residents and businesses rate services, how important community meetings are and how they would like to find out information.

Jim Bailey, chairman of the authority, said: “What our residents and businesses think is very important to our work and we need to hear from them to make sure they help us make the right decisions in the future.”

The last such survey was carried out in 2008 and to take part in the current one visit