Stroud Town Council wants to know if it is doing a good job looking after the town’s green spaces.
It has launched a survey to find out if residents are happy with the Town Council’s service.
The Town Council’s team is responsible for a number of green spaces, including Bank Gardens and the old and new cemeteries off Bisley Road.
The old cemetery is one of only a handful of cemeteries in the country that is classified as a nature reserve. Grass is kept long in the summer to encourage wildlife such as insects, reptiles and birds.
For the past 20 years the site has been managed by the Town Council in partnership with its owners Stroud District Council.
Town Clerk Helen Bojaniwska said the survey is an opportunity for people to have a say.
“The cemetery, nature reserve and Bank Gardens are important green spaces in the centre of town. We want understand why people visit them and how they feel about how they are looked after,” she said.
“We want to know if children play in these areas or if you walk your dog there or you use these spaces for exercise. That way we can ensure that we are improving our services with residents in mind.”
The survey, which takes just a few minutes to complete, will be open until August 30.