Suffolk Libraries is launching a new reading promotion which aims to get people to read something a bit different. Discovereads is an exciting new project featuring six books handpicked by our librarians, with the help of reading groups across the county.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Great Level, by Stella Tillyard.
Children and families are invited to meet animals and princesses, learn about the natural world, make arts and crafts and more this half-term.
Harry Potter Book Night is back this February. Libraries across Suffolk will once again be hosting events in celebration of the bestselling books by J. K. Rowling.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Suffolk Libraries are launching a new partnership project to connect the natural world and the written word and celebrate the different ways authors relate to nature.
A conference to help businesses in the region tackle the issue of poor mental health in the workplace is taking place in Ipswich on Monday 30 March.
Monday 20 January 2020 is known as Blue Monday - considered the most depressing day of the year. Why not boost your mood by visiting a library?
This month Lesley will be discussing Reasons to be Cheerful, by Nina Stibbe.
The main entrance to Great Cornard Library is out of use until March for construction work to improve disabled access. Customers can enter the library through Great Cornard Leisure Centre and Gainsborough Coffee House.
A memorial garden is being planned at Halesworth Library in honour of much-loved Ali Hopkins, who managed the library up until her death in January 2019.