New Library Service for Gloucestershire

From today 30 January 2012 people across Gloucestershire are being asked to have their say on the future of library services.

The consultation, which will run until 11th March, includes:

  • An online survey available later today
  • Paper survey available in all libraries
  • Telephone survey of 1000 randomly selected
  • Gloucestershire households

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It is proposed that these should be located in the main district towns, plus three additional towns in the most rural districts: Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud, Dursley, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Coleford, Newent and Stow. These libraries will be open six days a week, providing an access point to wider public services.

Local Libraries

These will be local additions to Main Libraries and it is proposed that they will be located in: Lydney, Tetbury, Fairford, Chipping Campden, Winchcombe, Bishop’s Cleeve, Quedgley, Hucclecote, Longlevens, Up Hatherley, Charlton Kings and Cinderford. These libraries will be open across five days a week, including Saturdays


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