Still time to have a say on the future of Debyshire mobile libraries

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Residents still have three weeks to give their views on the future of Derbyshire County Council’s mobile library service in a consultation to help the authority deal with budget cuts.

The council has to cut £157 million over the next four years and is looking at making changes to services across the council.

With two large maximum capacity vehicles (MCVs) and eight smaller standard mobile libraries, it costs the authority £720,000 a year to run and employs 26 people – equivalent to 18 full time staff.


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