Residents who have used sexual health services in Bexley are being invited to suggest improvements to the council.

An anonymous survey has been launched asking service users to provide feedback and tell the council how and where they seek advice when it comes to sexual health.

Councillor Peter Craske, cabinet member for community safety, environment and leisure, said: “We know that good sexual health is a major contributor to wellbeing which improves overall mental and emotional health.

"It has been 10 years since the last survey was carried out in Bexley and a lot has changed since then. We need to gather as many opinions and experiences as possible so we can ensure we invest in services that meet the needs of everyone in the borough."

The survey launches at the start of National Sexual Health Week, a campaign from the Family Planning Association that aims to inform the public, influence service providers and support health professionals.

The survey can be accessed at and is open until October 17.