The Museum is reverting to its Winter opening times from today, Sunday 27 October. The opening times will be Mon, Wed and Saturday 10 till 3pm. Still plenty of time to visit and see our fascinating displays, especially the Home Front Remembrance display. The Museum will be open on Remembrance Sunday, 10th November from 10am […]
Come and see our new display for Remembrance this year concentrating on The Home Front, and the role and importance of Land Girls. Photo from Express.co.uk (no copyright infringement intended)
On Friday 4th October, the Marquis of Bristol visited the Museum after completing the re-opening of the newly refurbished Bristol Water Fountain in the Market Place. Sleaford Civic Trust organised the refurbishment after gaining a Heritage Lottery grant to cover the costs. The Water Fountain is now once […]
Saturday 14th Sept New Exhibition – Public Water in Sleaford. Associated with Sleaford Civic Trust’s work on the renovation of the Bristol Water Fountain in the market place. Also the first weekend of Heritage Open days, and a competition for the children to build a model of the fountain from Lego! […]
This year’s Lincolnshire Heritage Open Day Festival from Friday September 13th until Sunday 22nd September is the 25th anniversary – as in recent years, Sleaford Museum is an active participant and will be open at its usual times throughout the period. The first weekend (Sat 14th Sept) coincides with the unveiling of a major new […]
Do come and visit the first ‘Sleaford Museum On The Road’ of the year, at Sleaford’s 1940’s afternoon in Navigation Yard and Sleaford Town Hall, 1 till 5pm, Saturday 22nd June. There will be indoor and outdoor stalls, classic vehicles, a climbing wall (free for all users), a face painter, live music, food, drink and […]
Do you have an interest in history? Would like to be part of a local group dedicated to preserving the heritage of Sleaford and district? Why not join our volunteer team at Sleaford Museum? We need friendly and enthusiastic volunteers – local knowledge is helpful, but not at all essential. Volunteers are involved in the […]
The peg doll exhibition begins on April 6th – do come and see these exquisitely decorated dolls. See ‘About Us‘ section of this website for more information about Mrs Joan Fairgrieve, the hugely talented creator of these beautiful dolls.
The Museum is responding to visitor requests for extended opening hours, especially on Sunday afternoons. From Sunday 7th April, the Museum will open from 12 till 4pm each Sunday. This will also coincide with the first weekend showing of our stunning collection of locally made peg dolls, which has been very kindly donated to the […]
Children’s activities at the Museum on ‘Discover Lincolnshire’ weekend: Saturday 30th March 10am till 3pm Sunday 31st March 12 noon till 4pm Free activities making swords, shields and crowns for children aged 5 to 11. Adults must accompany the children. Donations in support of our work are always welcome.