Sherwood Library

Contact us

Email: sherwood.library@nottinghamcity.gov.uk Tel: 0115 915 2827

Sherwood Library, Spondon Street, Nottingham, NG5 4AB.

Map and directions

Opening hours

Monday

9am to 6pm

Tuesday

9am to 6pm

Wednesday

9am to 6pm

Thursday

Closed

 Friday

9am to 6pm

 Saturday

9am to 4pm

 Sunday 

 Closed

 Bank holidays

 Closed

Facilities and services

  • Accessible entrance with automatic doors
  • Library on first floor accessed via lift or stairs
  • Books, newspapers and magazines
  • Books in Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati and Bengali. Polish, German, Spanish, Italian and French
  • Newspapers in Asian languages and Polish
  • Magazines in Asian languages
  • Computers with Internet, Windows 10 and Office 365
  • Free WiFi provided by GovWifi
  • Health Information, Inbusiness and Local History collection
  • Printing, scanning, photocopier and fax
  • Drinks vending machine

Regular activities and events

Children and Young People

Totstime for under 5's

Weekly

Friday

11.15am to 11.45am

and

2pm to 2.30pm

Craft Club

Weekly

Saturday

10.30am to 1.30pm

Games Club

Weekly

Monday

10.30am – 11.30am

After School Activities:  Homework Help, Reading Champions and Games Club

Weekly

Wednesday

3.30pm to 5.30pm (term time only)

For more details about regular activities visit our web pages The Library for Under 5s or 5-11 years or 12-19 years

Reading

Page Turners Book Group

Monthly

First Friday

6pm to 7pm

Learning and Creative

One to One basic computer help sessions

 Book in advance only

Contact staff

Business and Employment

Work Club for Job Seekers

 Weekly

 Tuesday

 10am to 12pm

Community

 Library Talks

Monthly: Sept to June

Third Thursday

10am to 11am

Games Cafe

Weekly

Monday

10.30am to 11.30 am

Visit our Library activities and events page for more details or

Sign up to our Library Newsletter to receive updates of special events or visit AskLiON

Other occasional events include:

Computer learning group sessions such as iPad & tablet training, the Summer Reading Challenge, Local History Talks, author visits and much more!