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Flintshire residents urged to have say on library and information services

FLINTSHIRE residents and members of the county’s libraries are invited to have a say in how the council’s library and information service will be delivered over the next few years.

A consultation document is available in libraries and by visiting www.flintshire.gov.uk/libraries (English) or www.siryfflint.gov.uk/llyfrgelloedd (Welsh).

Cllr Chris Bithell, cabinet member for education, said: “This consultation is taking place to determine the strategy for Flintshire’s libraries for the next three years. I would encourage everyone to use this opportunity to have their say.”

The consultation period ends on Thursday, January 31.

Comments can also be sent to: Pennie Corbett, principal librarian, Library Headquarters, County Hall, Mold, CH7 6NW or emailed to her at [email protected].

Flintshire has 13 libraries, a mobile library, a service for housebound people and an online service.