Wondering what to do this half-term? We've got entertainment and activities for children across our libraries.
From 12-26 October, you can borrow The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a worldwide discussion.
Three Suffolk libraries will be taking visitors on a journey to where magic and myth began with Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
This month Lesley will be discussing Autumn, by Ali Smith.
Lowestoft Library is playing a big role in the new Flipside Lowestoft festival later this month.
We held our fifth AGM on 28 September. The event was attended by nearly 120 people including representatives from our 44 library community groups.
We will be kicking off National Libraries week by turning several libraries into Fun Palaces this weekend (Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October).
Ipswich County Library's Chat n Chill project is one of four library programmes shortlisted for the prestigious CILIP Libraries Change Lives Award.
October will be a busy month for Suffolk Libraries with a series of events for Silver Sunday, Get Online Week, National Libraries Week and Fun Palaces.
Our eMagazine service has recently changed its name from Zinio to RBdigital. Customers who access the service on digital devices are advised to download the new RBdigital app to continue to enjoy downloading from our wide selection of digital magazines.
We're celebrating another summer of inspiring young children to discover the joy of books and reading.
Suffolk County Council and Suffolk Libraries are asking people their opinions of the Suffolk Libraries Local sessions which have been running in Shotley, Red Lodge and Moreton Hall over the past five months.
Haverhill Library has launched new Open Space sessions to encourage people to come along and talk about their health and wellbeing.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Dry, by Jane Harper.
The UK’s most easterly literary festival returns on Saturday 7 October with another stellar line-up.
We would like to find out more about how the library service can help improve the mental and emotional wellbeing of young people in Suffolk.
For the last few months, Suffolk Libraries has been carrying out a comprehensive review to help plan for the next five years of its contact, which was renewed on 1 August.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Essex Serpent, by Sarah Perry.
Suffolk Libraries has formally extended its contract with Suffolk County Council to run the county’s public library service for another five years.
Suffolk Libraries' chief executive has announced she is planning to retire in 2018.