A survey has been commissioned for people to have their say on what needs to change for everyone to live well in Lancashire.
Run by Lancashire Fairness Commission, an independent body which aims to make recommendations for a fairer Lancashire, questions covered by the survey will include whether life expectancy is influenced by social status, gender, sexuality, age, race, or where they live in the county.
The Very Rev. Christopher Armstrong, Dean of Blackburn and independent chair of Lancashire Fairness Commission, said: “Our aim is to make sure everyone has the same opportunities no matter where they live in our county.
“We recognise that issues such as where people live, family circumstances and incomes can all have a huge effect on a person’s ability to maximise their economic and social potential.
“Your opinion is therefore very important to us, and every opinion counts.”
To take part in the survey, which is the second in a series of three surveys launched in June this year, visit Lancashire County Council’s www.lancashire.gov.uk/fairness