Thanks to the Ancaster Coop Local Communities Fund for their fantastic support in 2018 , and to everyone who shopped there! Sleaford Museum Trust members presenting them a picture of Sleaford Edwardian Co-op c 1910 The cheque! An amazing total which has enabled the Museum to replace ageing cabinets and to display the exhibitions […]
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 […]
If you haven’t been in the Museum recently, you won’t have seen the beautiful new cabinets and refurbishment of the displays. The money to buy the new cabinets was provided by the Coop Local Community Fund which supported us last year – many thanks to everyone who shopped at the Coop and contributed to the […]
The Museum is now closed for the Christmas holiday and refurbishment of cabinets/displays. The Museum is scheduled to re-open on Monday 21st January 2019. Thank you to everyone who has supported us during 2018. We look forward to seeing you in 2019 with an exciting programme of displays and events.
Shop with toys and sweets…
Sleaford Museum will be open on Sunday 2nd December to coincide with the Sleaford Christmas Market. Bring along your children to take part in Christmas themed activities, making decorations in ‘Rudolph’s Victorian Christmas’. Open from 12noon to 4pm for accompanied children aged up to 11, there is £1 charge for this activity. The Museum will […]
Come and see this year’s Christmas window, which is now in place in the Museum – view from inside and out for the full experience!
Sleaford Museum will be open from 10 till 2 on Remembrance Sunday, 11th November, 2018. See our 100th Anniversary Remembrance Display featuring WW1 artefacts and stories. Tea and Trench Cake are available – Trench Cake is made to the official recipe released by the Government, a traditional cake made to send to the soldiers […]
Our new exhibition is now installed – it concentrates upon the fascinating history of Sleaford Workhouse – be one of the first to view! Entrance is free, as always – visitor donations are welcomed and appreciated, as they support the running and development of the Museum.
Our next Local History talk will be on Tuesday 25th September in St Denys’ Church Rooms just off the Market Place. Starting at 7.30pm, its subject is the history of Sleaford Workhouse, presented by Nigel Ogden. £1 for members and £3 for non-members; refreshments available and there will be a raffle. Click here to see Membership page, […]