Conwy's mobile library service could be scrapped.

A public consultation is currently being held to get residents' views on the mobile and home libraries as part of a review of Conwy County Borough Council (CCBC) services.

The mobile and home library provide services to many vulnerable or isolated members of the community, but some stops have only one or no regular customers.

A CCBC spokesperson said: "The cost of running these services is high, the vehicles are old and unreliable, and funding is reducing.

"The review aims to make sure services on offer are ones people need, and are the best use of our limited resources."

Three options are presented as part of the public consultation. They include keeping the services as they are, withdrawing the mobile library service and amalgamating the two - home and mobile.

Cabinet Member for Communities, cllr Mark Baker, said: "We want to continue to deliver services to those members of the community who need it most.

"So, we need to make sure that the services we offer are the services people need, and that we make the best use of our limited resources.

"I’d urge everyone who uses these services to take a look at the consultation document and the options we’re considering, and let us know if or how the different options would affect them.”

The public consultation is being carried out between January 28 and March 10.

The consultation document and feedback form are available to view at