Although library buildings across the country are currently closed, Suffolk Libraries is making sure that people stuck at home can still get access to books, music, films as well as new interactive streamed sessions.
We will be closing the county’s library buildings to the public for the foreseeable future from the end Friday 20 March.
We have decided to suspend all our regular or one-off events and activities with immediate effect.
Mildenhall Library will be moving to the town’s new public services hub in early 2021.
Thurston Library is proposing opening from 2-6pm rather than 3-7pm on Tuesdays.
Suffolk Libraries is celebrating International Women’s Day by announcing a series of events as part of the British Library’s ‘Unfinished Business: The Fight for Women’s Rights’ exhibition this spring.
Our response to the coronavirus outbreak
The base for the Saxmundham mobile library will be changing from 9 March.
People in the Saxmundham area can look forward to improved library facilities. The library will soon be moving into temporary accommodation while the current building is completely remodelled, providing a more modern and much bigger library space for local people.
Suffolk Libraries is looking for someone to represent the views and interests of young people in the future development of the organisation.