Phase 2 of Bristol’s libraries consultation finished a little while ago now. The council have now produced a report about it, which you can read here: http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/leisure-and-culture/future-bristols-libraries-consultation
It’s in several parts, and with some lengthy documents, but does include a lot of graphs, breakdowns of some statistics per library, and some choice quotes of exactly what respondents said about each library. There’s also a document of press clippings here, which features letters sent to the Mayor from all ages/classes of society, as well as scans of local newspapers, websites, Facebook groups, and more. It shows just how big a campaign it was across Bristol, and I think Friends of Sea Mills Library can be proud of the level of engagement shown with the council on behalf of our library.