Framlingham Library opens a new chapter of improvements to its services

Framlingham Library is celebrating some of the recent refurbishments.

Framlingham Library is celebrating some of the recent refurbishments. - Credit: Archant

A library in east Suffolk is undergoing a wide-ranging improvement programme after receiving funding and support from across the community.

Framlingham Library is celebrating some of the recent refurbishments. L-RSteph Bennell, Lesley Clout

Framlingham Library is celebrating some of the recent refurbishments. L-RSteph Bennell, Lesley Clouting, Cllr Stephen Burroughes - Credit: Archant

The Friends of Framlingham Library have repainted about a third of the building, using £300 funding from the town council. A further £1,700 from the town’s county councillor Stephen Burroughes will soon be used to improve the front of the library.

Public computers have also been upgraded as part of a county-wide scheme and new devices have been installed.

Library manager Lesley Clouting Framlingham said: “The library in Framlingham is a busy well-used community space and the staff and friends’ group are very excited about all these new improvements. I want to thank everyone concerned for their hard work, support and enthusiasm.”


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