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14 July 2014, 14:36
People in Cirencester are being asked to have their say on a 10-year masterplan to make the town's Roman Amphitheatre a regional and national attraction.
The Town Council says it has been working on the plan with other relevant bodies for the last 12 months.
The plans can be seen through various documents online (see link above right), or by going down in person to the council offices at 1 Dyer Street, Cirencester.
In each case, people are asked to take part in the consultation through a 10-minute-long survey.
The documents are available to view at reception Mondays to Fridays from 28th June to 12th July, and on Saturdays from 10am until 4pm.
Once all feedback has been received, the masterplan will be altered and eventually sent off for the Town Council to discuss and approve on 29th July.