RESIDENTS from Little Bedwyn, Bratton and Rowde could see their mobile library services cut ahead of a review by Wiltshire Council.

Users have been asked to comment on proposed new timetables which could see up to eight visits cut from the book lending service.

Mobile library services in North and South Wiltshire are being revised as part of its two year cycle of reviews and changes will take place from February 2018.

Under the proposed revised timetable there are no plans to change visits to some rural communities including Seend, Savernake and Lockeridge.

A Wiltshire Council spokesman said: “This review of our mobile library stops is not a money saving exercise; it is a review that we carry out every two years to ensure the service is operating efficiently, and that we visit the communities where the service is most needed.

“It is likely that stops which are no longer used, or have very low levels of use, will be discontinued.

"This will allow the service to offer new stops and visit the most popular locations more frequently and for longer. "

The draft timetables can be viewed on Wiltshire Council’s website and to comment on the importance of the mobile library, email before November 4.