On Tuesday 23rd May, 7.30pm in the St Denys Church rooms, just off Market Place in Sleaford, we will be holding our next local history talk by Simon Pawley, entitled ‘Mysterious Origins of Sleaford’. Admission is free to members and £2 for non-members. This will be followed by the Museum Trust AGM. There will be […]
Visit the Museum to view our new exhibition on Rauceby Hospital and see the fantastic array of vintage dresses in our window display.
We are taking part in the new arts and heritage trail being launched today -Saturday 8th April. Follow the 18 bronze plaques/rounds on buildings and walks. Call in and collect a map and a sticker from us and for every place you find.
Visit the Museum on Saturday and Sunday 18th/ 19th March, as part of ‘Discover Lincolnshire’ weekend. Be among the first to see the new exhibitions on the history of Rauceby Hospital and the Sleaford rail crash of 1937. Great new window display of vintage clothing – see how ladies used to dress!
Take a look at the new page all about our very busy and exciting year in 2016. Here’s to 2017! Come and share our exhibitions and activities during this year. Have you thought about becoming a member of the Museum Trust and/or being a volunteer at the Museum? Our programme of Local History Talks starts this month […]
Sleaford Museum won two prestigious awards in 2016 : The Civic Trust Award in March 2016 Inspiration Award from Lincolnshire Heritage Forum in November 2016
Visit our Talks and Events page to view our new Local History Talks programme for 2017. Note that entry to talks is £1 to members (non-members £3)- visit our Membership page to see how to become a member.
Come in to see the new window display ‘Power to Sleaford’ and everything else the Museum has to offer.
Year 1 children from Our Lady of Good Counsel Primary School visited the museum on Tuesday afternoon (8 Nov). They had great fun – their activities related to old and new Sleaford, handling old household artefacts and making crowns.
Any anecdotes re: Rauceby Hospital, and artefacts such as nurses badges, training guides, event programmes etc are needed to embellish the forthcoming display. Please contact the Museum if you can help.