Island residents are being invited to give their views on the services provided by Isle of Wight Council’s Heritage Service.
A complete review of the service is underway, and people can submit their comments until midnight on Sunday 31 October.
The Heritage Service covers a range of areas, including overseeing the running of museums, archives and record office and the heritage education service.
Comments received will help the council determine how the Heritage Service can deliver better services to the Island’s public in future both face-to-face and online.
An online survey can be access at the council’s website by going to www.iwight.com/surveys/iwheritagesurvey
Alternatively, individual facilities have hard copies of service-specific surveys which people can fill out and give to staff. Further information about the review can be obtained by calling the service on (01983) 821000.