What’s the one thing about being part of Winchester today that you wish you could share with your great great great grandchild?
We are asking you to tell us; “What’s Your One Great Win” so that we can create a vision document that will be used to shape your city for the next ten years. We want to hear what you love about Winchester, we want to know the stories and anecdotes you share with each other and we would like to record the elements of daily life in the city, that are dear to you.
There are lots of ways for you to get involved and share your #OneGreatWin and everyone who takes part will contribute to a bigger conversation about HOW to shape the city. HOW to move forward and HOW to implement some of the many great ideas that have already been generated locally.
Take Our Poll*
Get involved in a working group
We believe that any resident of Winchester is an expert on Winchester. You have clear and considered ideas about how to improve the city, new directions the city could move in and ways to make the city more liveable and future proof. We want to invite you to participate in the writing of the Winchester Vision 2020-2030.
Take part in a virtual walk around Winchester
If you are a resident of Winchester can you spare 30 minutes to take a virtual walk around your local area? You will need access to an online video call platform and Google maps to take part in this activity.
We would like to meet residents from all communities and neighbourhoods of the City.
Simply email us your One Great Win
A memory, an artefact or an idea for the future of the city, share your views about Winchester and what you want to see for the next ten years.
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Join the conversation and share your #OneGreatWin for the future of Winchester.