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FREE Mental Health Advocacy Session

Thank you to everyone who attended or who enquired about this special session on Wednesday 7th June.

For further information on the programme please call 01473 907087 or visit http://www.suffolkuserforum.co.uk.

A Totally Wizard Event Announcement & Competition!

Potter Party

Fantastic Beasts Competition

iPads now available to Loan


Lakenheath Library saw a fantastic turn out to their “Get Connected” iPad Launch event this past Saturday with nearly 50 customers attending the two hour session, either interested in being added to the waiting list to try out our newly-purchased Apple tablets, or to receive one-to-one tech advise from a member of the Hughes Electrical team.

Pictured above are Cllr Colin Noble, who helped guarantee the funding for the project, Lakenheath Library manager Chris Howard and David Thomas from the Hughes team.

It’s not too late to be added to the waiting list – this exciting and innovative initiative is ongoing! So if you are considering purchasing a tablet but wish to try before you buy, why not pop in to Lakenheath Library to book yourself a place in the queue? It’s completely FREE.



Brandon Author Event TODAY!

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For any local book lovers, we thought you might be interested in this FREE author event being held today by our neighbours at Brandon Library at 2pm:

Author Peter Morfoot will be talking to our book group and the general public about his latest published novel Impure Blood.

Peter Morfoot has previously written a number of plays and sketch shows for BBC radio and TV. He will be talking to members of the public and our book group about the novel, his detective Captain Darac and his wider writing. He will be selling and signing copies.

Refreshments will be on sale provided by the Friends of Brandon Library.

Free event but please reserve your seat in advance.

If you are interested in attending, please email brandon.library@suffolklibraries.co.uk or call 01842 816106.

Blurb courtesy of suffolklibraries.co.uk.