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Stannington Library User's Guide

Stannington Library offers the following services for Library Members:

  • Book loans from Stannington Library's Yellow Sticker Collection
  • Book loans from Sheffield Libraries stock
  • DVD loans from Sheffield Libraries stock
  • Reservation of any Sheffield Libraries stock held at Sheffield Central Library or at any branch or volunteer library
  • Access to our Public Computers - we currently only have 1 available, but we hope to have more available soon. All our Public Computers have access to the Internet as well as Microsoft Office. We provide FREE access to Findmypast, which is a fantastic resource for those of you wanting to research your family history - visit our Findmypast webpage for more details.
  • In-house WiFi
  • Printing - you can print from our Public Computers - see costs below
  • Photocopying - we offer A4 and A3, Black & White or Colour, single-sided or double-sided - see costs below

NB: If you do not have a Sheffield Libraries Card, you can use our Public Computer and WiFi network as a GUEST for a small charge.

Photocopying & Printing Costs

  • A4 Black & White prints cost 10p, double-sided costs 20p
  • A4 Colour prints cost 50p, double-sided costs £1.00
  • A3 Black & White prints cost 20p, double-sided costs 40p
  • A3 Colour prints cost £1.00, double-sided costs £2.00

Please note that we do not have a card reader, so you will need to pay with cash.

Other services provided at Stannington Library include:

  • The sale of good quality second-hand JIGSAW PUZZLES, ADULT & CHILDREN'S BOOKS and DVDs in our Christmas Corner. There's a great selection - perfect for stocking fillers.
  • Hearing Aid Batteries - your free NHS Hearing Aid replacement batteries are available from us.
  • Events - we aim to provide a variety of special events across the year.
  • Group meetings are still suspended - we hope to resume them soon.

NB: All proceeds from sales go towards supporting Stannington Library.

STAND (Stannington & District Library Group) was formed in 2013 after two public meetings that explored the issues raised by Sheffield City Council’s announced withdrawal of formal support for Stannington Library. Since then, the group has been formalised, a committee was formed and teams of volunteers were recruited