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Cambridgeshire Libraries Consultation: Deaf views wanted

Deaf views wanted on future of Cambs Libraries

Do you go to the library? Cambridgeshire County Council want your views on their proposed new strategy. Come along to Fenland and Cambridge Deaf Drop-ins to give your views

Posted by Cambridgeshire Deaf Association on Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Cambridgeshire County Council are consulting on a new strategy for the library service and want your views. There will be two meetings where BSL interpreters will be present where you can give your views on the service directly to the council.
They will be at Fenland Drop in on 14th May at 1pm
Cambridge Lunchtime Drop in on 28th May at 2:30pm
Transcript of the video:
The council want your views on the Library Service in Cambridgeshire
They are currently undertaking a review of the Library Service
The council need to meet tough financial savings so need a new strategy
The Strategy will look at transforming the service to meet a broad range of Council priorities,
Including, changes in way people use the library
How to save money while keeping a good service
and how they can work more closely with different communities
The council hope to raise awareness and understanding of the full scope and challenges they are facing. They want to share the proposed way forward
They want to know whether you think their priorities are right, or whether there are any alternative approaches you feel they should be considering.
The council will be coming to two meetings especially to meet deaf people and get their views.
They will be at Fenland Drop In on 14th May 1pm
At Cambridge Lunchtime Drop in on 26th May at 2:30pm
If you have ideas or views about the library service, please come along and make sure your opinions are counted