This month Lesley will be discussing Before the Coffee Gets Cold, by Toshikazu Kawaguchi.
In light of new research into loneliness amongst parents, Suffolk Libraries is highlighting the benefits of its Wordplay activities for young children and their families.
Following a recent consultation with customers, Lavenham Library will be increasing its opening hours from Wednesday 1 January 2020.
Suffolk Libraries have announced their first ever month dedicated to wellbeing: Jumpstart January.
On Wednesday 20 November, Suffolk Libraries held its first ever 'People's Champions Awards' to recognise volunteers' vital contribution to the county’s library service
A blue plaque was installed at Rosehill Library in Ipswich last week. The branch was the first public library building to open in Ipswich, 114 years ago.
We have now drawn the raffle we held on our mobile libraries as part of Suffolk Libraries Day 2019, with ten customers winning prizes.
The very first Suffolk Libraries Day, held on Saturday 12 October, raised £16,400 and brought an extra 4,000 visitors to the county’s libraries.
We recently sponsored Ural owls Bea and Bumble at Suffolk Owl Sanctuary as real-life counterparts to Oona, our new young children's mascot.
From 4 - 18 November, you can borrow I'm Not Dying With You Tonight by Gilly Segal & Kimberly Jones on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a worldwide discussion.