Our libraries will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, 27 December and New Year's Day, with half-day opening on Christmas Eve.
If you are able to help people in need this Christmas, several of our libraries are acting as foodbank collection points.
Suffolk Libraries has welcomed Suffolk County Council proposals which will provide stability for the county’s library service over the next four years.
Elmswell Library is planning to spread some festive cheer to any local people who live on their own or may be feeling lonely or isolated in the run-up to Christmas.
Whether you want to meet Father Christmas, pick up some presents, or enjoy some festive entertainment, we've got lots of Christmas events for all ages taking place across our libraries next month.
Suffolk Libraries is pleased to announce that Bruce Leeke will be the organisation’s new chief executive, taking over from Alison Wheeler in early 2018.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Reader on 6.27, by Jean-Paul Didierlaurent.
Suffolk Libraries and Suffolk County Council are working together on plans which would mean a brand new library in Eye.
Chantry Library is one of the venues for the first ever festival of books and stories in South Ipswich later this month.
Sudbury Library are holding a special presentation event this Saturday (4 November) to announce the winners of a children’s writing competition and launch an anthology of all 44 entries.