Council bosses have renewed their call for residents and bookworms to have their say on planned cuts of up to £1m to the borough's libraries.

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You can tell councillors what you think about the plans until Wednesday, December 16. Sutton Council said some 2,200 people had made their voice heard so far.

FROM SEPTEMBER: £1m cuts loom for Sutton's libraries​

Options include closing Beddington library, which the council said has seen “a low and diminishing usage”; ending the mobile library service; paring back opening hours; and recruiting volunteers instead of paid staff.

Services could be privatised, as has happened in Croydon and Wandsworth.

To take part in the consultation, visit