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There is just one week left for local people to speak out on the future of Ravenscourt Park.

If you are a regular visitor to Ravenscourt Park, H & F Council wants your views on how Hammersmith's favourite green space should be improved before the deadline of March 16.

The council has launched a consultation that will shape plans for the future management of the park and how the needs of users can be met.

The views of local people will help the council to produce a new management plan for the Green Flag award winning park. This plan will give direction for future investment and address key concerns.

Cllr Greg Smith, cabinet member for residents' services, says: "Ravenscourt Park is one of our most loved open spaces and we are very keen to hear what residents think so that we can ensure that it is maintained and improved to the highest of standards over the coming years."

Your can share your views about the park by completing the online questionnaire here.

You can also complete the online questionnaire at any of the borough’s libraries. Hard copies of the questionnaire are also available from the Fait Maison café in the centre of Ravenscourt Park and the West 6 Garden centre on Ravenscourt Avenue.

Please return your completed questionnaire to your collection point or to the address below by the response deadline of March 16:

Paul Bassi 
Leisure & Parks 
Hammersmith and Fulham Council, 
77 Glenthorne Road, 
W6 0LJ

March 8, 2012