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By Ted Lush - 5th November 2015 6:00am
As you may know, Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWaC) is currently consulting on the future of its Cultural Services provision.
This covers libraries, museums, arts, events and archaeology.
According to CWaC's website, the consultation document 'explains what each service currently does and their aspirations to work differently in the future... By working more closely together these services could support Cheshire West and Chester's vision to deliver a vibrant cultural offer across the borough. There is also the potential to create a more efficient service which will be better placed to deal with the reducing budgets that we are likely to experience in light of the national reduction in public spending...We welcome your ideas and input about the future of these services.'
The consultation runs until 2 December. Anyone can complete the questionnaire:
Online (go to www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk and look for Consultations Cultural Services Review) or click here
By downloading and printing off a paper questionnaire or picking one up from a variety of places across the borough including: libraries, museums and council offices.
By email to email@example.com and by phone to 0300 123 8123
Ed:"Tarvin Library has hard copies for you to fill in and a "post box to make sure your comment reach CWaC!"
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