City-wide consultation on the future of Bristol’s libraries

Bristol City Council has now launched a city-wide consultation to allow the people of Bristol to have their say on the future of the city’s libraries.
You can give them your views and suggestions on libraries at
The website will allow members of the public to express their views on the current library service, as well as gather suggestions for what they would like to see in the future.
There will also be meetings held at libraries and Neighbourhood Partnerships throughout the city.
The feedback gathered from this consultation will be used to shape the council’s Bristol Libraries for the Future proposals which are earmarked to be discussed at Cabinet in March 2015, when a second consultation will begin until May 2015.
The final plan is expected to be agreed in June 2015