Find out more about the future of your local libraries as Kent County Council unveils its plans to hand services to a new trust.
There are consultation sessions being run across the county as KCC looks to axe more than £3million from its libraries, registration and archive budget.
It is proposing to hand over libraries and other services to a new county-wide trust that might be able to find funding from other sources, through, for example, grants.
The county council, in documents produced to support the consultation, says that there are no plans to close any libraries as part of the proposals, nor to end access to free internet or sessions such as toddler reading groups.
Find your consultation session below, or go to the KCC website to have your say
|Larkfield Library||Thursday||26/02/15||9am – 12.30pm|
|Paddock Wood Library||Thursday||26/02/15||2.00am – 5.30pm|
|Tunbridge Wells – Outside library||Saturday||28/02/15||9am – 5pm|
|Ramsgate Library||Friday||06/03/15||9am – 12pm|
|Margate Library||Friday||06/03/15||2pm – 5.30pm|
|Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope||Saturday||07/03/15||9am – 4.30pm|
|Canterbury Beaney||Thursday||12/03/15||10am – 7pm|
|Herne Bay Library||Saturday||14/03/15||10am – 2pm|
|Faversham Library||Tuesday||17/03/15||10am – 2pm|
|The Eden Centre||Thursday||19/03/15||10am – 2.00pm|
|Deal Library||Thursday||26/03/15||9am – 12.30pm|
|Sandwich Library||Thursday||26/03/15||2pm – 5pm|
|Hythe Library||Saturday||28/03/15||10am – 2pm|