Burnham-on-Sea & Highbridge Town Council

Rural Cost of Living Survey – Your Participation Needed

Rural Cost of Living Survey – Your Participation Needed

Research commissioned by the Rural Services Network last year shows rural areas are suffering more acutely from the rise in the cost of living compared to urban areas. 

You are being invited to complete a short survey regarding the effects of the rise in the cost of living.The survey is being held in partnership with the Citizens Advice Rural Issues Group.

The purpose of the survey is to understand more about rural household budgets at, what is, a very difficult time for many.

Results from this survey will help RSN to engage more effectively with Government Departments, MPs and other policy makers.

  • The survey can be found at the following link:

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Rural_Households_Cost-of-Living

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