There is one week left to comment on the future of the district’s libraries. 

Hertfordshire County Council is consulting on wide-ranging changes to library services across the county as it looks to make about £2.5 million of savings over the next three years.

Plans include axing mobile library services and implementing the ‘Inspiring Libraries’ strategy, which is based on each of Hertfordshire’s 46 libraries being placed in three distinct categories based on service demand.

More than 4,000 people have completed a questionnaire so far. The consultation ends on December 7.