information featured on the website relies on the various groups
and bodies updating us with any changes. If you wish to notify us
with a change, please contact
the Town Clerk.
Library & Information
The library has a good
range of fiction, children's and reference books, as well as videos
for hire, internet terminals, daily newspapers and magazines.
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Street Farm Road
Tel: 01728 652440
Links to other local information services
Suffolk Libraries is an Industrial & Provident Society set up in August 2012 to run a library service for the benefit of the people of Suffolk on behalf of Suffolk County Council.
Record Offices, located at Ipswich, Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds.
Each office has records from District Councils, Boroughs, Parish
Councils, ecclesiastical parishes, chapels, schools, businesses,
organisations, charities and families in their areas, including
the Census records up to 1901. Interestingly, Suffolk is the most
heavily-used local authority archive service in the UK, with nearly
40,000 visitors a year. The Ipswich Record Office includes the financial,
technical and production records of Garretts
of Leiston, as well as all the local parish records. (The
National Archive is held at the Public Record Office).
Info Link, the local information database for Suffolk which
lists information and contact details of over 5,000 voluntary groups