Bexley library users to benefit from improved services

PUBLISHED: 17:27 27 June 2013 | UPDATED: 17:27 27 June 2013

Bexley library users will benefit from two improved services following the introduction of a new management system.

Customers can now receive notifications about overdue items or books they have requested in four different ways - by post, email, automated telephone call or text message.

Cllr Don Massey, cabinet member responsible for libraries, said: “I am very pleased that we are now able to offer these improved services to library customers. The fact that they will benefit from better and more convenient services and we will reduce our costs demonstrates our determination to give local people value for money.

“I hope that improved services will encourage even more people to take advantage of the fantastic services available in our libraries.”

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