North Lincolnshire Council is opening a new library in Broughton later this summer and needs your views on its opening times.
Broughton Jubilee Library will open for 15 hours per week but it could open for longer if people volunteer to help run it.
A short online survey has been launched to help the council find the best days and times to open the library so it best meets the needs of the local community.
The survey also gives anyone interested in volunteering to help run the library the chance to register with their details.
The library is being built as an extension to the village hall and is due to open later this summer.
It will replace the mobile library that has served the area for about 20 years and offer:
- A wide range of books for children and adults including large print and audio
- Free wi-fi
- Computers for public use
- Self service kiosk (but always someone on site to speak to and help customers)
- Various events and activities
North Lincolnshire council will initially own and run the building, but plans to transfer it to the community to manage.
Click here to complete the survey. Responses need to be given by 6 July 2012.
Cllr Carl Sherwood, cabinet member for Customer Services, Sport and Leisure, at North Lincolnshire Council, said:
"Broughton Jubilee Library is a fantastic new amenity for the area and we’re keen to hear from anyone interested in volunteering to help make it a success.
“We also need people to tell us when they want the library to be open.
“We’ve worked with Broughton Town Council to bring it to fruition and deliver a first-rate asset for the local community.”