Bury North MP James Frith wants to hear the views of local residents in Bury, Tottington and Ramsbottom to determine his priorities as the town’s new MP for the year ahead.
For the last three months, James has been running a survey to identify the top priorities of local residents and to seek their views on Brexit, house building and the green belt and local NHS services.
So far, over 1,700 local residents have responded, but James wants to hear from even more people.
“I want to gather a wide range of views from people in every corner of the town, men and women, young and older, people of different races, faiths and political views. I represent the whole town, not just those who voted for me, and it is important that I understand what local people think and your priorities so that I can be the best champion for our town and its people I possibly can be.”
You can complete the survey online until 8th December at jamesfrith.org/survey