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Announcements

Suffolk Libraries is supporting the Suffolk Scamnesty Campaign!

Suffolk Trading Standards, in partnership with BBC Radio Suffolk’s Mark Murphy Show, has launched Scamnesty; a month long initiative that encourages people to report potential scams and help prevent others from falling victim.

Hadleigh Library opening hours survey

We are considering changing the opening hours at Hadleigh Library. Take the survey.

Felixstowe Library to host book festival events

Felixstowe Library will again be one of the key venues for the third Felixstowe Book Festival.

Leiston Library launch

Leiston Library is hosting a celebration event on Tuesday 9 June to mark the library’s recent reopening and refurbishment.

All libraries closed bank holiday Mon 25 May

All our libraries will be closed on Monday 25 May. They’ll reopen on Tuesday. Your loan return dates will be adjusted automatically, so you won’t incur any fines because of the bank holiday.

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Press releases

Woodbridge Library appeals for memories of New Street School

Woodbridge Library is looking for staff or pupils of New Street School – which now houses the town’s library – to come forward with any memories or photographs.

Warm Handover roadshow visits libraries in east Suffolk

The Suffolk Family Carers bus will be visiting libraries in east Suffolk on Tuesday 4 August.

Record-breaking events at Beccles Library for the Summer Reading Challenge

Beccles Library is holding two Record Breaking Challenge afternoon events as part of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.

Raspberry Jam at Ipswich County Library’s new Innovation + Enterprise Hub

A ‘Raspberry Jam’ event showcasing what the Raspberry Pi computer can offer is being held at Ipswich County Library’s new Enterprise and Innovation Hub on Saturday 8 August.

A Summer’s Evening at Bury St Edmunds Library

Bury St Edmunds Library is holding a special summer fundraising event next month to give people a chance to enjoy some of the best local arts whilst experiencing the library in a different way.

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