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Until Monday 7 October 2019. This consultation is closed. Results available.

Around 14,000 Armed Forces veterans live in Herefordshire. We are looking to improve the support we provide and would like hear about all experiences of veterans – positive and negative – since leaving the Armed Forces and joining civilian life.

Please help us to improve the support we provide for Armed Forces veterans in Herefordshire by taking part in our online survey about your experiences since leaving the Armed Forces. We are keen to hear from all Armed Forces veterans who have served one day or more at any time in the past and in any occupation in the Royal Navy, Army, or Royal Air Force (including Reservists and National Service personnel).

Have your say

The closing date for the survey was Monday 7 October 2019. Thank you for taking part. We will use your feedback to help improve the services we offer in the county.

For more information about the survey please email: researchteam@herefordshire.gov.uk

Find out more about how we are Supporting our Armed Forces community

Survey results

The results from this survey have provided better insight and understanding of the needs of the veteran community in Herefordshire and will contribute to improving services and networks for the Armed Forces community. The findings from the survey will also contribute to the forthcoming Armed Forces Needs Assessment for Herefordshire, through which our aim is to ensure that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, are treated fairly.

We would like to thank all those who took the time to respond to the survey - your contribution will help to shape the support for our armed forces community both now and in the future.

View the Armed Forces Veterans' survey results - executive summary  and headline results, together with recommended next steps.   

Published: Tuesday, 10th September 2019