RESIDENTS are being urged to have their say on the borough’s leisure centres.

Dudley Council is running an online survey to see what the public think of its three sites in Stourbridge, Dudley and Halesowen.

The council is currently spending £31.3m upgrading its leisure services – updating Halesowen Leisure Centre and Stourbridge’s Crystal Leisure Centre, as well as building a brand new centre in Dudley.

Councillor Simon Phipps, cabinet member for leisure centres, said: “We know leisure centres are an important and much-valued service and we want to hear from people on how much we can build on the service we offer.

“People who use the centres regularly are very welcome to give their feedback and we also want to hear from those who visit us less frequently.”

To take part in the survey visit

It takes about ten minutes to complete and runs until Thursday August 5.