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What do young people think of Harlow libraries?

Politics / Thu 17th Oct 2013 am31 09:40am

FROM Monday 21st October to Sunday 3rd November Essex Libraries are going to be asking children and young people (0-16) to complete a questionnaire for their age group that asks them what they think of the service that libraries provide for them.

Parents/carers will complete the form for children aged 0-7 years. If older children are unable to complete a questionnaire themselves, their parent/carers or library staff can help them.

The survey will enable Essex Libraries to find out how children currently use libraries and their satisfaction with core services and with the library overall.

Essex County Councillor John Jowers, Cabinet Member for Libraries, Communities and Planning, said: “From our very youngest library members up to our teenage visitors, we would like to hear from you about the services that libraries provide. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete so I’d encourage children and young people to take this opportunity to have their say.”

For further details visit www.essex.gov.uk/libraries.

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