Rotherham Council is running a consultation to ask members of the public their views on the future of libraries in the borough. During the last year, the Council has been working on its Library strategy which outlines how libraries could be run over the next five years, including the locations of the buildings, the availability of books, up-to-date computers and updating facilities to be more family friendly. The library consultation asks residents for their views on the strategy and any other improvements they might like to see.
Read more about and take part in the consultation on Rotherham Council’s draft library strategy.
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