Helen Haynes introduces a way for you to get your novel, short story, non-fiction or poetry in front of Suffolk Libraries customers.
Community lead Daniel Harvey talks about converting a library into a popular music venue, and how he managed to buy too much beer for a gig.
Our recent customer survey suggests satisfaction levels with the county’s library service have improved since the last survey in 2013.
Helen shares how A level students studying for their EPQ can use a fantastic free library service to access top quality academic resources. It also helps students focus on a topic when they're not sure what area they want to study.
Two lucky children met children’s author Michael Morpurgo at St Edmundsbury Cathedral recently and presented him with their winning entries to Suffolk Libraries ‘Best Christmas Present in the World’ competition.
Our response to Suffolk County Council's budget proposals.
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.