Local residents are invited to a public meeting to learn more about the proposed changes to Central Library including the development of an enterprise centre.

Senior County Council Officers will present details and answer questions about the proposed changes at the meeting on Wednesday 6 May, 7 - 8 pm, in the conference room on the third floor at Central Library.

A display featuring images and further information about the proposals is available online (www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/libraryconsultation) and in the entrance of the library.

Cambridgeshire County Councillors agreed in April at the General Purposes Committee to refer a decision on proposals for an enterprise centre back to the Highways and Community Infrastructure Committee in June.

The Library Review consultation period has been extended to 10 May in order to give residents more time to comment on proposals set out in a strategy for the future of the service.

Christine May, Head of Community and Cultural Services at Cambridgeshire County Council, said: "We really want to explain the facts behind the plans and hear people's views about the proposals for Central Library. This meeting will give people the chance to find out more and to ask questions."

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