Young library users are being asked for their views on the town’s library service as part of a national survey.
Library staff and volunteers will be asking bookworms under the age of 16 to complete a questionnaire for the Children’s Public Library User Survey (PLUS) while visiting any of Swindon’s libraries between Monday, February 28 and Saturday, 19 March.
The questionnaire asks for information on how children use the library and what they think of the service.
Staff and volunteers will be on hand to answer any queries and to provide practical support if needed.
Cllr Fionuala Foley, Swindon Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Leisure and Corporate Services, said: “This survey is good way of finding out what young people want from the library service and will tell us what we do well and what things need improving.
“I would ask all young library users to fill out a questionnaire so we can improve the service to better meet their needs.”