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Local children’s author and illustrator James Mayhew visited Bungay Library to entertain a group of children from Bungay Primary School and library staff.
Southwold Library has launched the programme for the seventh annual Slaughter in Southwold crime writers' festival. Several renowned crime authors will be giving talks about their writing on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 June at Southwold Arts Centre.
Suffolk Libraries is taking part in a project to host a pop-up exhibition on the origins, means and future of the act of writing.
The judges for the 2019 New Angle Prize have selected their shortlist and once again, you're invited to vote for your favourite in the Readers' Choice competition.
An arts project at Needham Market Library provided a live link-up between local children and those at the library’s namesake in Massachusetts on Saturday 23 March.
Are you looking for something to do during the Easter holidays? We've got loads of children's events happening across our libraries.
Suffolk Libraries will be changing charges for overdue books as of 1 April 2019.
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.