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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.
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.
The results of Felixstowe Book Festival’s 2017 writing competition for young people have been announced and the winning entries are also being made available as a special Suffolk Libraries eBook compilation.
Halesworth based children’s author Francesca Armour-Chelu is publishing the second and concluding part of the Fenn Halflin series this week.
One of the country’s most successful authors, Anthony Horowitz OBE, has agreed to support Sudbury Library’s short story competition for children by writing an introduction to a book of the best entries.
The Seckford Foundation has donated £1,000 to create a new permanent collection of informative books for young people at Woodbridge Library. The donation is in recognition of former Farlingaye High School headteacher Sue Hargadon, who retired last year after almost 20 years of outstanding contribution to the school and wider community.
Arts Council England have announced that Suffolk Libraries will have the status of a National Portfolio Organisation for 2018-2022 and will receive £704,000 over this period.
Suffolk Libraries has launched a new supporters' scheme. Suffolk Libraries Extra offers individuals and businesses the chance to make an annual donation to get more involved and help the library service.