The newly formed Friends of Felixstowe Library will be officially launched on Saturday 7 April, with help from BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Lesley Dolphin and Mayor of Felixstowe Nick Barber.
A new Suffolk Libraries Local session in Rushmere launched at Ransomes Sports Pavilion on 14 March.
Two Ipswich Town legends and a former Olympian will be helping to launch our new Sporting Memories groups at Ipswich County Library on Tuesday 6 February at 2pm.
Adult literacy in Ipswich is set to get a boost as a national initiative arrives in the town at the end of January.
The first schools in Ipswich have signed up to a reading pledge as part of the ‘Let’s Talk Reading’ project which is working to improve reading skills across the town.
Suffolk Libraries chief executive Alison Wheeler has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours List 2018.
We're teaming up with the Sporting Memories Network to host Sporting Memories reminiscence groups at six of our libraries.
Suffolk Libraries has welcomed Suffolk County Council proposals which will provide stability for the county’s library service over the next four years.
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.
Suffolk Libraries and Suffolk County Council are working together on plans which would mean a brand new library in Eye.