Bristol's central library will return to opening seven days a week after an 'overwhelming' response from the public.
Two years ago the council suggested half of the city's libraries could shut, with reduced opening hours for those that survive, in order to save money.
Central library is currently closed on a Wednesday - but more than 92 per cent of people who responded to a consultation said they wanted it to be open every day.
It is anticipated that the new opening hours will come into effect towards the end of May.
The council say the change in opening hours will be funded by a 'reorganisation of staff and management' in all the library teams.
A spokesman said this will create a number of new part time posts, but not result in any job losses. No other libraries will be affected.
In July last year Mayor Marvin Rees and his cabinet decided to keep all 27 libraries across the city open, pledging to work with community groups to explore sustainable options for the future of libraries.
A series of community events are currently under way, looking at opportunities for 'community led activities and partnerships' to create a library service for the future.
To find out more go to www.bristol.gov.uk/libraryideas