The Women’s Library, one of our Contributing Libraries, has an official opening ceremony this evening (Wednesday 12th March) at its new home at the London School of Economics and Political Science. The Women’s Library @LSE documents all aspects of women’s lives, with a particular emphasis on the lives of women in the UK and the great political, economic and social changes of the past 150 years. Its new home is a fourth-floor reading room at the LSE Library in Aldwych, which will be opened to the public at the end of March. SUNCAT contains just under 2,500 serials records from the Women’s Library, and much of this material is unique to the library. Some fascinating examples of pamphlets, magazines and journals can be found in the LSE Digital Library. Further information on this can be found in The Guardian.