Embassy launches survey to understand Britons' needs

The British ambassador Lord Llewellyn often leads the embassy's outreach sessions

The British Embassy in Paris is running a quick, anonymous survey to improve its understanding of the British community in France – it takes only a couple of minutes to fill in.

It also has new outreach meetings coming up in Limoges and Laval.

The embassy says the information from its survey will help it to continue to share Britons’ concerns with the French authorities, target its information updates and choose locations for future outreach meetings.

The survey can be found at this link and we recommend you do it on a desktop computer if possible as one of our staff members was unable to properly complete the final section via an Android phone.

The questions relate to matters like whether or not you have applied for a residency card or French nationality, where you live, if you work or not, where you obtain your news, if you find the embassy’s communications helpful etc.

The embassy is continuing to organise outreach meetings at which it meets the public and answers questions related to Brexit, and the next ones will be at Limoges and Laval on May 16.

You can also keep up to date with forthcoming events here.

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