Library and Heritage Services Consultation

Residents can have their say on the future shape of library and heritage services as Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) consults on a new strategy for the future.

The consultation is seeking to gauge public opinion of the new strategy, which sets out how services will be delivered in the years up to 2027.

As well as continuing to make available books and access to the collections, OCC’s library and heritage service will increase its focus on support and opportunities for people.  This includes promoting digital inclusion and increasing access to programmes and activities that help improve people’s health and wellbeing.

The strategy forms part of the county council’s long-term vision to work in partnership to make Oxfordshire a greener, fairer and healthier county.  An action plan, updated annually, will set out how to achieve the priorities laid out in the strategy.

Residents can read and respond to the draft strategy by going to the Let’s Talk Oxfordshire website. The consultation runs until 18th March 2022.

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