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Win a £200 New Bike Voucher with Council Survey

Blackburn with Darwen Council is offering you the chance to win a £200 Voucher from Ewood Bikes by completing a short survey about local transport.

Residents are being asked to rate the condition of the roads and pavements in the borough as well as their views on public transport, footpaths and cycle routes.

Every year the council is one of 110 local authorities to sign up to the annual National Highways and Transport (NHT) Survey.

Councillor Zainab Rawat, Blackburn with Darwen Council’s Executive Member for Growth and Development, say:

The surveys give everyone the opportunity to tell the council what they think about the borough’s roads, pavements, cycle lanes, footpaths, public transport services and more.

The scores will help the council identify what is important to residents and where improvements can be made

The council has teamed up with Ewood Bikes to launch the competition where the lucky winner, picked at random, will receive a £200 voucher to spend on a new bike or equipment.

All you have to do is complete the survey, take a screenshot of the end – you can even add a selfie and a thumbs up if you like! – and drop it in a message to the Council’s Facebook or Twitter page.

If you don’t have social media, you can email the picture with your contact details to: shuttle@blackburn.gov.uk

To find the surveys visit The Shuttle here https://theshuttle.org.uk/take-part-in-new-transport-survey-and-win-200-voucher/

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