How can we support you?

Whatever your access needs, we're here to support you and help you enjoy all the services at your local library

Wheelchair access and accessible parking


Dementia awareness

Home Library Service

Service information

A Home Library service is run by friendly volunteers in Long Sutton, Stamford and Woodhall Spa Libraries. Each month, you can select the books or resources you’d like from the library catalogue, and they’ll bring them directly to your door. Alternatively, you can let them know your favourite genre and they can pick out a selection of relevant titles so you don’t have to.

Our Access Mobile service is available throughout the county for those unable to visit a core (staffed) Library or Community Hub due to location, health or mobility issues. To find out more click the link below.

Find out more about the Access Mobile service

Access Mobile Service

Listening Lincs

Listening Lincs is a free subscription service provided by Lincolnshire Libraries supplying audiobooks on CD to blind and visually impaired readers.

If using our Access Mobile service does not meet your needs then our Listening Lincs Service can supply audio books to registered blind or partially sighted customers via the Royal Mail’s Articles for the Blind freepost service. A supply of audio books will be sent through the post to your homes which will then need returning by post, this is a free service to our library users.

To find out more please contact the team on 01522 474045 or by emailing 

Accessible resources in Lincolnshire

Browse the library catalogue to see our accessible books and resources. 

Library catalogue

Dyslexia-friendly children's books

From specialist publisher Barrington Stoke, explore books that help break down barriers to reading. 

Pictures to share dementia collection

These books bring pictures and words together, helping those with dementia enjoy stories and communicate with others.

Accessibility FAQs

Want to know more about accessibility at your local library? Look below to see our most frequently asked questions.

What services are there for visually impaired people?
 At Lincolnshire Libraries, we offer a range of services and activities for those who are partially sighted or blind. Our VIP book groups help visually impaired people enjoy reading as we listen to and discuss audiobooks and we have a collection of large-print children's books for younger kids who have low vision. Get in touch with your local library to find out more about what services are available in your area.

Are Lincolnshire libraries wheelchair accessible?

Is there accessible parking at my local library?
Blue badge holders can access parking spot close to the most library entrances

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