Powys County Council has announced a review of its library provision and is seeking support and funding ideas from Powys residents, communities, town and community councils, partner agencies, charities and local businesses in a bid to save £200k during the financial year ahead.
A number of daytime drop in sessions in early February have been announced by Portfolio Holder Councillor Rachel Powell for 10 of the smaller branches to allow residents to talk to her, find out more and put forward any savings or income generation ideas. They are:
|Monday 4 February||10am - 12 noon||Hay on Wye|
|1 - 3pm||Talgarth|
|Tuesday 5 February||10am - 12 noon||Llanfair Caereinion|
|1 - 3pm||Llanfyllin|
|Wednesday 6 February||10am - 12 noon||Knighton|
|1 - 3pm||Presteigne|
|Thursday 7 February||10am - 12 noon||Llanwrtyd Wells|
|1 - 3pm||Builth Wells|
|Friday 8 February||9.30am - 11.30am||Llanidloes|
|12.30pm - 2.30pm||Rhayader|
A feedback form and a short paper survey will also be available in branch and mobile libraries for 12 weeks from Monday 4 February until Sunday 28 April 2019.