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Francesca Armour-Chelu held the launch of her new children’s novel Fenn Halflin and the Fearzero at Halesworth Library where she also works as a Library and Information Advisor.
Suffolk Libraries are getting behind Mental Health Awareness Week next week with full force, hosting several different events across the county and celebrating a relaunch of their Mental Health and Wellbeing Information Service.
Suffolk Libraries is giving the winner and runner up of a writing competition for students of University Campus Suffolk (UCS) an extra boost by converting their entries into library eBooks.
Suffolk Libraries is getting behind a national scheme to support young people with mental health issues.
Ipswich County Library assistant manager Charmain talks about setting up a code club from scratch.
Suffolk County Council approved their budget proposals at February’s full council meeting which included a reduction to the library service budget of £650,000 over two years. Suffolk Libraries Board have since agreed to the reduction of £350,000 for 2016/17.
Stradbroke Library’s post office has won a national libraries award. The library’s post office was announced as the winner of the ‘Social’ category in the EDGE library conference awards in Edinburgh on the evening of Thursday 3 March.
Leon discusses working with a digital design agency to explore what library self-service could look like in the future.
Can year 7 pupils build a computer? Find out what went on at our first Digital Roadshow up in Lowestoft.
Our chief executive officer Alison talks about the importance of libraries to her and the community – all reasons to celebrate National Libraries Day.