The Winter People’s Panel is now open and the first 100 residents to complete the survey will be in with a chance of winning tickets to see ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Hull Truck Theatre.
The new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ seasonal classic sees ghosts and greed compete for the spirit of Christmas.
As always, the People’s Panel is open to everyone in Hull and local people are invited to take part and help improve health and city services.
Four times a year, the Panel tackles some of the biggest questions about our city.
As a joint project from NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull City Council, the Panel offers a way for local people to have their say on a wide range of issues.
“From where to go for healthcare to taxation, the Panel is a great opportunity to have your voice heard” Colin Hurst, engagement manager for the CCG, said.
This time the Panel investigates:
- The Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City heritage project
- Police and Policing
- Patient choice in the NHS
After each Panel, your answers are collated and used to help inform policy, provision and future decisions.
Christopher Wright as ‘Ebenezer Scrooge’
Once the tickets for ‘A Christmas Carol’ have been drawn, all other people completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw and will be in with a chance of winning £250 in shopping vouchers.
Interested in other ways to get involved and influence local healthcare? Why not become one of our Hull Ambassadors? Find out more here.