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Participatory Budgeting Vote – Victoria Park

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We’re using the principles of PB to introduce a town discussion and a town vote about options for providing toilets and a café in Victoria Park.

You’ll be able to vote for 1 of 4 Options

  • Option 0: closing the existing toilets
  • Option 1: refurbishing the existing toilets
  • Option 2: new toilets
  • Option 3: new toilets and a better café

When you vote, you’ll be asked two questions:

  1. Do you want public toilets in Victoria Park?

If you answer No to this question, you’ll be asked to confirm your vote to Close the toilets.

If you answer Yes to this question, you’ll be asked a second question:

2. How do you think we should provide better toilets in the park: option 1, 2 or 3?

You’ll then be able to confirm your preferred option.

Where can I find out more about the options?

We’re currently working on information sheets to cover all 4 options, including artist’s impressions and illustrations of what they could look like.

These will be available soon – and you’ll be able to view them on this page of the website; or by calling in to our office. We’ll also have boards up in Victoria Park this spring.

Which will give you plenty of time to think about all the options before you vote!Voting

  • Voting will be online for a fortnight
  • Voting dates TBC
  • If you don’t have access to the internet – or you’d just prefer to do it the old-fashioned way – then you can register your vote in person at the Town Hall during the voting fortnight



This vote is one of three PB votes for Frome.

Local people have already had their say on the events that we’re funding in 2017.

And after the Victoria Park vote, the final vote will look at play in the town:

Click here to find out more about Vote 3: Play @ Packsaddle & Tower View

Alternatively click here to go to the main PB page on our websiteThis page was last checked & updated on 13 March 2017

31 October 2016
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31 October 2016
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