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Sam Rowlands MS urges residents to share their views on library services

SAM ROWLANDS, Member of the Welsh Parliament for North Wales, is calling on constituents to have their say on library services in Wrexham.

Wrexham County Borough Council is inviting the public to take part in a survey to find out how important the library and its services are for them.

Mr Rowlands, a keen supporter of encouraging everyone to make use of their local libraries said: “I am pleased to see Wrexham council engaging with the public to find out what they think about services in their community.

“It is only right and proper that residents should have their say and the opportunity to give their views on things which directly involve them.

“I would urge anyone who has any comments to make to ensure they take part in the survey which is open until Monday June 10.”

The council is keen to hear views on what they do best and what they we might do better with answers helping them to understand the needs and wishes of existing customers and potential users. All answers are voluntary and anonymous.

Cllr Beverley Parry Jones, Lead Member for Corporate Services, said, “Our libraries and the services they provide are extremely important to us all. A whole range of inclusive activities and services free of charge are available to people of all ages income level, location, ethnicity and physical ability.”

Consultation ends June 10 2024. Take part in the survey here.