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Council to hold drop-in sessions at various libraries

Drop-in sessions will be held next month to give local residents the chance to help shape how West Berkshire Council develops its library service in the future.

West Berkshire Council is currently reviewing the service to help inform decisions about how it should be developed, considering current and predicted future use, and with less money available for it.

The drop-in sessions will give residents a chance to go along and talk about how they use their library service and contribute ideas towards the review.

Sessions will be hosted by RedQuadrant, an external consultancy supporting a needs assessment being carried out as part of the review.

The drop-in sessions will be at:

Theale Library Thursday, July 7, 3pm to 7pm

Hungerford Library Friday, July 8, 9.30am to 12.30pm

Lambourn Library Friday, July 8, 2pm to 5pm

Wash Common Library Saturday, July 9, 9.30am to 12.30pm

Newbury LibrarySaturday, July 9, 1.30pm to 5pm

Mortimer Library Tuesday, July 19, 9.30am to 1pm

Pangbourne Library Tuesday, July 19, 2.30pm to 6pm

Thatcham Library Thursday, July 21, 9.30am to 12.30pm

Burghfield LibraryThursday, July 21,2pm to 5pm

Council spokesperson Martin Dunscombe added: "Anyone who cannot attend the drop-in sessions but would still like to have their say is able to do so by sending an email to libraries@redquadrant.com."

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