Fifers asked to share their views on changes to region’s mobile libraries

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Fifers are being asked for their feedback on plans to change the Kingdom’s mobile library routes and timetables.

A survey was launched by Fife Cultural Trust this week as the mobile library timetable and location of stops have been reviewed and plans have been made to amend routes to take account of changes to the local library network in the region and to provide a more effective mobile library service.

June Souter, service development manager with Fife Cultural Trust, said: “All of the mobile library routes, locations and stops and length of stops have been reviewed by the drivers and assistants who staff the vehicles, and their managers, and we have created two new route proposals for two mobile libraries.

“The proposals include longer stops for some locations and include new stops for those communities where a static library is closing.

“We are looking for comments from our readers and the wider Fife communities on the impact of the proposals for the revised stops and times, so these can be considered before the final routes are determined.”

Copies of the survey, which is open until June 17, are available from all Fife libraries or online at www.onfife.com/librarymobile.

Any changes will be implemented in mid July.