Worcester residents are being asked to give their views on what improvements they'd like to see at Perdiswell Park in the north of the city.
The park is a popular destination for walkers, joggers, dog owners, kids and people looking for a little peace and quiet. Now the City Council is keen to hear how residents and visitors would like to see the park get even better.
The survey has been launched by the Council as work continues on enhancements to the public paths through the golf course in the north of the park.
The next round of improvements could include new benches, play equipment and signs, gym equipment, improvements to pathways and disabled access, extra information boards and more trees, hedges or wildflowers or more sports facilities.
Andrew Round, the City Council's Director of Place, said: "Perdiswell is a lovely spot for taking a break from the hustle and bustle to get some exercise, walk the dog or just relax and unwind. This is a great opportunity for residents to let us know how they'd like to see the park get even better."
Take the survey now - it only takes around 15 minutes to complete.
Residents have until Friday 30 August to make their voice heard.