Time running out to have your say on county's sexual health services

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RESIDENTS are being encouraged to have their say on sexual health services in Gloucestershire.

The county council has been talking to local people and professionals to find out what they think about sexual health services in the area in a bid to improve them.

With just two weeks left to gather people’s views they are urging more people to log on to the council’s website to voice their opinions.

GCC is keen to hear from people of all backgrounds, including different ages and sexualities.

Cllr Dorcas Binns, cabinet member for public health, said: “Whether you have used your local sexual health service before or not, we still want to hear your views.

“We are really keen to get as many responses as possible to make sure we have a good understanding of the whole communities needs.”

All answers will be treated as confidential and will not affect the service a person might currently receive.

The consultation closes on Friday, August 29. Visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/sexualhealthsurvey to take the survey or to find out more.

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