Whether you're studying or working, find desks, quiet areas and dedicated study spaces at Sleaford Library.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the library. You can log in on your phone, tablet or laptop.
In our quiet areas, please switch off your mobile or turn it to silent and speak quietly, being mindful of other visitors
We have a range of local studies resources for reference use covering the history of Sleaford and the surrounding area. Our collection includes:
Books: A selection of books relating to the history of Sleaford and the surrounding area, including The Book of Sleaford by Simon Pawley and Mid–Victorian Sleaford 1851-1871.
Directories: Kellys and Whites covering a variety of years between 1872 and 1937.
Newspapers on Microfilm: Stamford Mercury 1799-1900, Sleaford Journal 1885-1929, Sleaford Gazette/Standard 1858 onwards (incomplete). A Microfilm Reader Printer is available to use. To book the Reader or check whether the year you want is available, please contact the team direct.
Maps: A selection of OS maps for Sleaford and surrounding villages dating from 1767-1984.
Illustrations: A small collection of photographs of Sleaford and surrounding area dating from c1900s.
Ephemera: A collection of manuscripts/documents donated by a Mr Daykin covering sales of land, livestock, property and contents dating back from the 19th Century and early 20th Century.
Workspaces at Sleaford Library
We have desks and quiet study spaces that are free for everyone to use. They're available on a first come, first served basis.
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