Survey on library changes
THERE are only a few days left to have your say on the future of Plymouth's libraries.
Around 1,000 people have already given their views as part of Plymouth City Council's survey of Plymouth Library Service.
Schemes being considered include meeting places, free wi-fi, and even game consoles, plus supplying council information about health or the opportunity to pay for council services. These proposals could help less-abled people to access services in their local area without having to take a trip into the Civic Centre.
The survey was launched on June 25 and will run until Friday July 27.
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The survey also asks for comments on library opening hours, what people think about services already on offer and for suggestions on other services and activities they would like to see.
People who do not currently use their local library are also being urged to complete the survey to tell the council what would tempt them through the door.
Deputy leader of the council, Councillor Peter Smith said: "The plans for modernising the Plymouth Library Service will enable our libraries to be a council one-stop-shop for residents.
"People may not necessarily be able to get into the council during office opening times and this will enable similar services and information to be accessed locally at their library out of hours."
To take part either visit your local library or complete the online survey at http://plymouth.consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/csup/library/libraries