LIBRARY users in Caldicot, Chepstow and Monmouth are being asked for their views on the local library service in a survey beginning on Monday (March 6).

Cllr Bob Greenland, Monmouthshire’s Cabinet member responsible for libraries said: “The public library service survey gives customers an opportunity to suggest improvements and will only take a few moments to complete.

“Monmouthshire’s community hubs and libraries offer a wide range of free services with opportunities to read the latest bestsellers, rediscover old favourites or ask knowledgeable staff what to read next.  Some hubs host reading, shared reading and knit and natter groups and help with family history research is also available.

“Customers can also use the free online service, available at all times, to download e-books, audio books, magazines, comics and graphic novels.  The council’s community hubs and libraries also subscribe to online information resources which include old newspapers, dictionaries and encyclopaedias.

 The opinions of Monmouthshire’s hub customers are very important to us and I urge them to take this opportunity to make their feelings known. When we know their views we can review the service and consider how it may be improved.”

For further information on the survey, contact FionaAshley@ or ring 01633 644906.