Users of the mobile library in Pagham have been urged to have a say in the future of the service.
Cllr Dawn Hall, the area’s county councillor, said she wanted to make sure that all those who made use of the fortnightly visits took part in a survey to determine if it survived.
West Sussex County Council is holding the survey on its website until next Wednesday.
Cllr Hall, who is also a parish council member, told its latest meeting on Tuesday: “I am really keen that people in Pagham should take part to say what their opinions are. It is the loss of the mobile library I am concerned about.
“Vulnerable people, especially on the beach estate, can’t always access the Willowhale Library (in Rose Green).
“It is not far for those with a car but it is for those who don’t have a car and who are disabled.”
She said the county council intended to put more services into libraries to make them better used.