So what matters to you?

Here's a deep question - what really matters to you?

People in Swindon have the chance to tell all today as David Cameron's 'happiness survey' roles into town.

The Prime Minister launched the well-being debate last year to try and get a feel for what really matters to people around the country and we are told the results will be used to help shape future decisions.

Up until now the survey has been running online, but Swindon is the first place to host a debate on the ground and we can go along to the Central Community Hall to get involved.

There is a debate being held between 10.30am and 12pm, for the rest of the day up until 5pm we can just drop by and give our views.

If you can't make you can still take part by going online to www.ons.gov.uk/well-being

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