CAMELFORD Town Council is set to revisit their initial plans regarding the takeover of the town library after the Town Trust raised objection to part of the proposals.
At the recent meeting of the town council, mayor Rob Rotchell said he had a conversation with representatives of the Town Trust, who own the town hall/library building, about the council’s ideas of how the library would look when they take over the running of the facility from Cornwall Council.
Cllr Rotchell said: “It’s not going to look like that. They wouldn’t support our proposal of knocking a hole in the wall. We need a plan b. We need to get back in the library as soon as we can and have a rethink.”
The council held a number of consultation events to see if residents were keen for the devolution of the library facility from Cornwall Council.
Well over 90% said they were in favour.