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Ipswich County Library assistant manager Charmain talks about setting up a code club from scratch.
Leon discusses working with a digital design agency to explore what library self-service could look like in the future.
Can year 7 pupils build a computer? Find out what went on at our first Digital Roadshow up in Lowestoft.
Our chief executive officer Alison talks about the importance of libraries to her and the community – all reasons to celebrate National Libraries Day.
Helen Haynes introduces a way for you to get your novel, short story, non-fiction or poetry in front of Suffolk Libraries customers.
Community lead Daniel Harvey talks about converting a library into a popular music venue, and how he managed to buy too much beer for a gig.
Helen shares how A level students studying for their EPQ can use a fantastic free library service to access top quality academic resources. It also helps students focus on a topic when they're not sure what area they want to study.
More Suffolk children than ever took part in the Summer Reading Challenge this year, increasing children's library membership.
Take a look at our new, free digital magazine service.
In a time where health services are facing cuts and increasing pressure to deliver more, I believe the community is a great place to start when it comes to empowering and encouraging people to improve their wellbeing.