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Events for your health and wellbeing

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What’s happening in my library?

We host a wide range of activities and events across all our libraries.

Upcoming special events

Event Library Date Time
Free NHS Health Checks for 40-74 year-olds from OneLife Suffolk Felixstowe Library Mon 16 Dec, 2019 1030
Free NHS Health Checks for 40-74 year-olds from OneLife Suffolk Leiston Library Tue 17 Dec, 2019 1000
Top Time: Visit from Healthwatch Suffolk Lavenham Library Mon 24 Feb, 2020 1430

Regular events

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Library Activity Day Times
Aldeburgh Library Friendship Fridays health and wellbeing drop-in café: all welcome Friday 1030-1200
Beccles Library Ministry of the Mind: Teenage wellbeing group Thursday 1600-1700
Beccles Library Wellbeing Wednesdays Wednesday 1400-1500
Beccles Library Yoga Wednesday various
Broomhill Library B.R.A.S: Breastfeeding Reassurance and Support café Thursday 1000-1100
Bungay Community Library About Birth & Babies various dates and times throughout the year N/A
Bury St Edmunds Library Adult colouring: all materials provided every other Thursday 1030-1200
Bury St Edmunds Library HeartSong third Friday of the month 1300-1500
Bury St Edmunds Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome. Monday 1400-1600
Capel St Mary Library Drop-in clinic from Capel Parish Nurses third Tuesday of the month 0930-1130
Chantry Library C³: Coffee, Cake and Cancer support third Thursday of the month 1400-1600
Chantry Library Give it a Go: new age kurling, boccia and table tennis Thursday 1800-1930
Chantry Library Health walk first Sunday of the month 1330-1600
Chantry Library Nappy Chat with Suffolk Cloth Nappies third Sunday of the month 1000-1100
Chantry Library Open space for 11-16 year-olds: listen, chat and think over free refreshments and cold drinks. N/A N/A
Chantry Library Read and Feed: breastfeeding support drop-in first Monday of the month 0930-1130
Felixstowe Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome. Thursday 1400-1600
Felixstowe Library Sharing Stories drop-in: for adults with learning disabilities Wednesday 1330-1500
Gainsborough Community Library Boxing and Fitness: for 8-11 year-olds every other Tuesday 1600-1700
Gainsborough Community Library Bujinkan martial arts: beginners welcome Wednesday 1930-2130
Gainsborough Community Library HIIT and boxing fitness with Suffolk Sport: for 14-19 year-olds Wednesdays 1700-1745
Gainsborough Community Library New Age Kurling & Boccia Thursday 1030-1200
Gainsborough Community Library Sharing stories: for adults with learning disabilities and their carers Wednesday 1030-1200
Gainsborough Community Library Singing for the soul Friday 1115-1200
Gainsborough Community Library The Reader: a shared reading experience Thursday 1400-1530
Glemsford Library Cancer and long term illness support group last Thursday of the month 1430-1520
Great Cornard Library Beat the Street monthly walking group first Wednesday of the month 1000
Hadleigh Library Suffolk Bereavement Support 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month 1330-1530
Halesworth Library Craftfulness with We Craft Hub: for ages 16+ Wednesday 1830-2000
Halesworth Library Get Fit in your Chair: get trim and toned while sitting down with Sue Potter from Spot on Fitness: £4 Thursday 0930-1015
Halesworth Library Stretch and Tone: gentle seated stretching exercises with Sue Potter from Spot on Fitness: £4 Thursday 1030-1130
Halesworth Library Sociable Sunday: refreshments and conversation every other Sunday 1030-1230
Haverhill Library Open space: drop in for mental health info and chats. All welcome. Friday 1230-1430
Ipswich County Library Healthy Child Clinic: bring your baby to see a Health Visitor Monday 1330-1500
Ipswich County Library Lifting Spirits 2019/20 every other Monday 1920-2120
Ipswich County Library Music in Mind 2019/20 every other Monday 1400-1600
Ipswich County Library New Age Kurling Friday 1000-1300
Ipswich County Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome. Wednesday 1300-1500
Ipswich County Library Slimming World Thursday 0930-1130
Ipswich County Library Slimming World Thursday 1200-1330
Kesgrave Library Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning fourth Monday of the month 1000-1200
Lowestoft Library My Health Group second and fourth Monday of the month 1000-1300
Lowestoft Library Stepping stones peer support drop-in with Feedback Mental Health Friday 1100-1300
Lowestoft Library Talking with Teens: for 11-16 year-olds Friday 1600-1730
Lowestoft Library Tiny Tots: support group for families with premature babies second Tuesday of the month 1100-1145
Lowestoft Library Weight management course from OneLife Suffolk Mondays from 9 September 1000-1130
Newmarket Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome, free tea and coffee provided. Wednesdays 1430-1630
Newmarket Library The Reader: a shared reading experience Friday 1000-1115
Stowmarket Library Cake, Cancer and Coffee support group third Thursday of the month 1430-1630
Stowmarket Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome. Tuesday 1100-1300
Stradbroke Library Beginners' pilates class Wednesday 0950-1050
Stradbroke Library Intermediate pilates class Wednesday 1100-1200
Sudbury Library Hearing Advisory Service: drop in to the meeting room third Thursday of the month - these sessions will end on 19 December 1330-1530
Sudbury Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome. Thursday 1230-1430
Sudbury Library St Nicolas Hospice drop-in Monday 1000-1200
Woodbridge Library Open space: drop in for health info and chats. All welcome. Wednesday 1400-1600
Woodbridge Library ActivLives Singing Group: £5 per session. Fridays 8 & 22 November, 6 & 13 December 1030-1230
Woodbridge Library Suffolk Coastal Three Principles Community conversations second Saturday of the month 1015-1145
Woodbridge Library Veterans' coffee morning with The Matthew Project - Outside the Wire second Wednesday of the month 1000-1200
Suffolk family carers

What’s happening in my community?

As well as the activities and events in your local library, there are lots of other things happening in your community. If you are doing anything to support mental health and wellbeing, please contact us.