Somerset Council Council library survey under way

A book being read in a library
Image caption The council said results of the survey will be used to "shape the future" of the library service

Library users in Somerset are being asked by the county council for their views on the service.

A survey is being carried out all this week as part of a six-month-long review.

Last November a judicial review ruled a decision to withdraw funding to 11 libraries in the county was "unlawful".

Councillor Christine Lawrence said: "Our aim is always to deliver the best possible service within the resources we have."

The Conservative-led authority cancelled its plans to cut £1.35m from its library budget as a result of last year's ruling.

A spokesman said feedback from questionnaires, which are to be handed out in all libraries in Somerset, will be used to shape the future of the service.

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