I'm so happy about Chineham library being saved from closure.

It's so sad about the other libraries, especially South Ham. It really doesn't make sense to me, they should be more not less libraries to help the community recover and bounce back.

The libraries offer so much to the under fives and mothers, who need that social interaction, and children who have been off school due to the coronavirus.

Students need a lot of books to study, the unemployment will be high, so inspiration and technical help would have been on hand.

The elderly and people who are shielding who have felt isolated in their homes, will have their wellbeing compromised.

Sheena Grassi, Broadhurst Grove, Lychpit