They are asking local people, staff and community groups to engage with them over the coming months in order to decide what a modern and effective service can look like.
You can access details of the consultation and a questionnaire for your views from the council's website www.lambeth.gov.uk/LibrariesHaveYourSay http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/LibrariesHaveYourSay
How can you get involved?
There are a number of ways in which local residents, organisations and groups can take part.
1. You can complete a questionnaire
Complete an online questionnaire from the council's website www.lambeth.gov.uk/LibrariesHaveYourSay
We have also provided paper copies in all Lambeth libraries, which people can either complete and post into one of the "Libraries - Have Your Say" comments boxes in each library, or send back to the Freepost address given below.
2. Come along to a public meeting
If you would be interested in coming along to a public meeting, we will be organising further dates in September 2011 which will be publicised shortly. You can also register your interest using the questionnaire or using any of the contact details given below. We will also be holding a series of focus groups.
3. Other ways you can tell us your comments, or get further information about the consultation:
• Send an email to: LibrariesHaveYourSay@lambeth.gov.uk
• Text us on: 07772 103 628
• Phone us on: 0800 013 1497 or 020 7926 6397
• Write to us at:
Lambeth Adults' and Community Services
10 Wandsworth Road
London SW8 2LL
Please could you let us have your comments by Friday 16 September 2011.
What will happen next?
All of your ideas will be fed into the Library Commission, will use your comments and ideas in order to draw up a set of proposals. These will then be submitted to Lambeth Council Cabinet for them to consider in November 2011.