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This April will be the first ever Suffolk Libraries Children’s Month – a brand new campaign to encourage more children and families to use their local library.
A new collection of library books are now available from Suffolk Libraries following a donation in memory of a local woman who died of cancer.
From 1 - 15 April, you can borrow Homes: a refugee story by Abu Bakr al Rabeeah & Winnie Yeung on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a worldwide discussion.
This year's Skulduggery in Stowmarket will take place at the library over four days from 26 - 29 April.
We’re looking for people who love their library and are prepared to tell us about their experience of using our services.
Long Melford Library will be closed for refurbishment from 25 March - 1 April. It will reopen on Tuesday 2 April with increased opening hours.
Our seven libraries in the Ipswich area - Broomhill, Chantry, Gainsborough, Ipswich, Kesgrave, Rosehill and Stoke - run several regular activities for children of various ages.
A pioneering mental health project run in seven Suffolk Libraries has been shortlisted for an EDGE Libraries Conference award.
Ipswich County Library is currently hosting an exhibition of photographs taken by local people affected by homelessness.
Local writer Shamser Sinha's play Three Sat Under the Banyan Tree is coming to Ipswich this weekend as part of a UK tour. He told us how visits to Ipswich County Library with his son inspired him to pen the production, which is based on a collection of Indian fables.