The Informal noticeboards beside the car park and the library path in Stubbington Green are in need of replacement.
It’s been suggested that they should be replaced by glass-fronted cases, with local key-holders putting up notices and removing out-dated ones.
However this could make it difficult for people who work during the day to post notices.
Another suggested option is latched glass-fronted cases, but this could carry the risk of doors swinging open
The present notice-boards have worked well for more than 20 years, though notices can be affected by weather. A little roof might help prevent this.
The first notice-boards were provided in the 1990s using funds allocated by local Conservative councillors. They were replaced in 2002 with the help of Lib Dem Dorrine Burton-Jenkins, after vandalism to the original ones. Tell us how you’d prefer them renovated - Cllr Jim Forrest and local Lib Dem campaigner Alex Brims pictured have prepared this survey so you can Tell Us Your Views.