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In a time where health services are facing cuts and increasing pressure to deliver more, I believe the community is a great place to start when it comes to empowering and encouraging people to improve their wellbeing.
We held the 3rd Suffolk Libraries Annual General Meeting last night at Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead, Ipswich.
Kate shares how dispersing teenage books throughout the library has made them more popular among teenagers and adults.
Suffolk Libraries, in partnership with Creative Arts East, is launching an innovative new project which brings quality theatre and exhibition events to Suffolk communities using the latest digital screening equipment. The first events have now been confirmed at Gainsborough and Hadleigh libraries.
Henry discusses how a combination of wifi and Minecraft is getting children into Thurston Library.
We're pleased to announce the winning stories from our Brave New Reads inspired Flash Fiction competition, ‘Brave Words’.
A summary of the last 3 years at Suffolk Libraries.
Ipswich County Library staff and volunteers have made videos for the Take 5 project, answering the question: “How does the library make you happy?”
Our information and content librarian Helen Haynes discusses a project that aims to bring high quality academic research to everyone - for free
Suffolk Libraries has launched its new Enterprise + Innovation Hub in Ipswich County Library.