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Suffolk County Council's Scrutiny Committee recently discussed a report on Suffolk Libraries.
Debenham village’s library has relocated to its new home at Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School.
Matt looks at the how, costs and why of running a 'reading hack' – and of passing over its organisation to students.
Suffolk Libraries’ Music and Drama library service has been praised for helping to pull together the music needed for the free concert in Christchurch Park this Saturday (11 June) which is being held to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday.
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.