This month Lesley will be discussing How it Ends, by Saskia Sarginson.
Suffolk Libraries is launching a new health and wellbeing group for young people at Chantry Library in partnership with NSFT (Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust) and 4YP (Suffolk Young People’s Health project).
All of our libraries will be closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday (19, 21 and 22 April). They will be open as usual on Saturday 20 April.
Framlingham Library will be closed for refurbishment from 13 - 18 May, reopening on Sunday 19 May.
Brandon Library will be changing its opening hours from Monday 20 May.
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.