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From 1 - 15 November, you can borrow Circe by Madeline Miller on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a UK-wide discussion.
Suffolk Libraries has welcomed a report issued this week by the Reading Agency which shows how important reading can be in tackling challenges such as loneliness, mental health, dementia and social (im)mobility.
Brandon residents now have until the end of November to give their views on the library's proposed new opening hours.
The new Eye Library celebrated its ‘topping out’ ceremony last week, where representatives from Suffolk Libraries, Suffolk County Council and Design and Property Consultants Concertus came together to mark the occasion and take a look round the new library.
We've got all sorts of exciting events and activities for children across our libraries this half-term.
Suffolk Libraries is piloting providing free sanitary items, no questions asked, in ten different libraries.
Libraries Week takes place between 8–13 October to celebrate the nation’s libraries. This year, it focuses on wellbeing and how libraries bring communities together, combat loneliness, provide a space for reading and creativity and support people with their mental health.
Suffolk Libraries is calling for young people across the county to have their say and help shape the Suffolk Libraries Arts Programme – BLOC.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Burnt-Out Town of Miracles, by Roy Jacobsen.
Several Suffolk libraries will be hosting Fun Palaces this weekend (Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October).