Worksop Library


Welcome to Worksop Library - you’ll find us on Memorial Avenue. Come in and you’ll find an airy and spacious library with friendly and helpful staff.

We are well stocked with a range of books to suit everybody’s needs from children’s fiction and manga to adult crime and travel. Our local studies section is packed with literature, photographs, and maps. But we don’t just do books, we have 14 brand new free-to-use public PC’s for both children and adults, photocopying, printing and scanning facilities, free Wi-Fi for library members and study areas for when you want to work away from home for a change! Or feel free to kick back and relax in our café, The Coffee Terrace.

If you are into art then the Gallery is the place for you, we have a dedicated space for local exhibitions of art and culture that change regularly, so there is always a feast for the eyes.

We also have regular events that run throughout the year that are open to everybody. Crafters have an opportunity to use our Craft Café. This runs on the First Tuesday of the month, 1:30-3pm. For our littlest customers we have twice weekly Rhyme, Rattle and Roll sessions where we get together and sing some well-known nursery rhymes with our grown-ups – During term time only!

NEW! We are now holding a regular Places of Welcome on Monday mornings, where you get to meet new people, have a complimentary cuppa and relax. Everybody is welcome!

There are three bookable meeting rooms where we host various events and courses, check them out on our What’s On section above. You’ll find a range of adult and family learning courses with Inspire Learning where you can learn a new skill, entertain the little ones, or try out a new hobby with our highly trained and skilled tutors.

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook @InspireWorksopLibrary for all the up-to-date news, events and gossip from all of us here at Worksop Library! 

Important notices

We're a WalkSafe safe space!

All of our libraries in Bassetlaw are now Safe Spaces - meaning everyone is welcome to seek refuge if they feel scared, threatened or lost. Find out more about WalkSafe here.