COUNCIL bosses have thanked people for giving their opinions.
Officials in Hartlepool are grateful to those who completed questionnaires between October and December last year.
Residents were asked what they thought of the town’s sports and recreation facilities, and the council says the comments will be “invaluable” in the effort to improve services.
A total of 185 people completed the survey, and results will be used to plan the future of recreation in the town.
Daniel Garthwaite, the local authority’s assistant recreation officer, said: “The survey helps us to find out whether services are meeting the needs of our customers, and if they aren’t how they should be improved.
“We are grateful to everyone who participated and the information gathered is now being collated.”