Suffolk Libraries is launching this year’s Summer Reading Challenge and appealing for volunteers to help inspire thousands of children to get reading this summer.
Suffolk Libraries is supporting a campaign by the charity BookTrust which aims to help children (and parents) get a good night’s sleep.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Geneva Trap, by Stella Rimington.
We would like to advise customers of our library opening hours over the Easter weekend.
Library customers are being asked to have their say on the future of the county’s library service.
An exciting and innovative mental health and wellbeing initiative will be launched in Suffolk this year, through a newly formed partnership between three organisations.
We've got plenty of events to keep children entertained all over Suffolk during the Easter break.
Southwold Library has launched its fifth annual Slaughter in Southwold festival. The established crime writers’ festival will feature a number of top crime writers giving talks about their writing at on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June.
This week it was announced that Suffolk would be one of the first Time to Change hubs in England, a new partnership of local organisations and mental health champions committed to improving local attitudes and behaviours towards people experiencing mental health problems.
From 16-30 March, you can borrow Art of the Pie by Kate McDermott on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a worldwide discussion.
Framlingham Town Council will be moving their office to the town’s library in the Old Court House in Bridge Street in early April.
Long Melford Library is unveiling a new look this Wednesday (15 March).
This month Lesley will be discussing The Trouble With Goats and Sheep, by Joanna Cannon.
Due to reductions in Suffolk Libraries’ stock budget, we reviewed our online and physical reference stock in 2016 and made a number of changes. This has included cancelling some of our online subscriptions.
Kindly donated by wheeliebins.co.uk.
Ixworth Library will be closed from 10 to 24 April to enable refurbishment work to take place.
Suffolk Libraries and Suffolk County Council are launching a new initiative called Suffolk Libraries Local in March. This pilot scheme is being funded by Suffolk County Council and will bring improved access to literacy, information, digital skills, activities and learning opportunities to the heart of Suffolk’s communities.
Live music returns to Ipswich County Library on Saturday 13 May when local Americana band Helen and the Neighbourhood Dogs headline a show, supported by folk singer Fern Teather and acoustic punkster Doozer McDooze.
Following a recent consultation with customers, Eye Library will be changing its opening hours in April. The new hours will mean the library is open for the same number of hours as it is now, but will open and close a bit earlier most days to meet local demand.
Do Something Booky next week! The 20th World Book Day comes to Suffolk Libraries