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Suffolk Libraries has officially launched a day of celebration to generate support for the county’s library service. The first ever Suffolk Libraries Day will take place on Saturday 12 October 2019.
Newmarket Library user Samantha Street's family and friends donated £100 to the library as part of her recent pearl wedding anniversary celebrations.
Where on EARTH are you? We're asking this question for our space-themed Summer Reading Challenge, which starts on Saturday 20 July.
This month Lesley will be discussing Death in the Dordogne, by Martin Walker.
An event to celebrate a special book showcasing young people’s writing talents takes place this Friday (28 June) at Felixstowe Library.
Barclays is working with Suffolk Libraries to offer basic banking services at Aldeburgh Library on Mondays from 9am-1pm.
From Wednesday 31 July Suffolk Libraries will no longer subscribe to the RBDigital digital magazine service and from this date you will no longer be able to access this service.
Aldeburgh Library will be closed for refurbishment from 24 - 30 June, reopening on Monday 1 July.
A specialist mental health research charity has found that a successful library-based project is helping to combat loneliness in Suffolk.
This Pride Month, we're inviting people from the LGBTQA+ community to publish their stories and experiences with our Proud Suffolk writing project. The project aims to celebrate the community, get their voices heard and promote understanding and acceptance across the county.