From Aberdeenshire Council Communications Team –
Consultation on future library services continues with series of public engagement events
A SERIES of open public engagement events will be held in libraries throughout Aberdeenshire from this Saturday and into next week.
The session in Stonehaven Library on Thursday 27th February, 11.30am – 6.30pm, will give people the chance to find out more about Live Life Aberdeenshire’s plans for developing libraries, and the opportunity to share their opinions and ideas about future services.
The open sessions in communities are intended to complement this survey, seeking the opinions of those who use – or don’t yet use – their local library.
Take this opportunity to shape your local library service over a cup of tea and a chat.
Knowledgeable staff will be on hand in each venue to talk through planned changes and improvements, with a wealth of information about the ways in which libraries fit into community life at the moment.
Modern libraries aim to be at the heart of their community – a safe and neutral space to browse, learn and meet people.
An online survey seeking views on future library provision runs until the end of the month and has already attracted more than 5,000 responses.
Take part in the online survey before it closes on February 29 at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ABSLIBRARIES