Merton children have the chance to win an iPod Shuffle by completing a survey about children’s library services in Merton during the week of 8 – 12 October.
The survey is part of a national study of libraries to find out how children currently use libraries and their satisfaction with their library services.
Anyone under 16 who fills out a survey at their local library gets the chance to enter the draw to win an iPod shuffle. The survey is simple and confidential, but parents are allowed to help if required and staff are available to supply any information needed.
Councillor Maurice Groves, Cabinet Member for Community Services said:
“This is a great opportunity for children to tell us about what libraries do well and what we could do even better so we can provide the best possible library service for them.”