Human Library Workshop

Sat 14 Mar 2020, 2–4pm

Free, everyone welcome, drop-in session

Telephone: 01529 308 710

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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover!

What if every human was a book? Would you judge them by their cover, or would you pick them up to learn more? In the Human Library, take the chance to borrow and learn about people instead of books.

The Human Library is an international equalities movement that creates a positive environment for open conversations, which can challenge stereotypes and prejudices within society. Similar to a real library, a visitor to the Human Library can choose from a range of titles. The difference is that the books are people, and reading is a conversation. The overall aim is to promote more understanding, break down barriers and enable people to be heard. Through dialogue, we can learn from each other and understand how to work with different communities.

The aim of the event is to create a welcoming environment, where real people are on loan to readers instead of books. Each reader can “talk” to as many books as they want. Readers are more than welcome to ask them any questions and share their thoughts and stories too. Just bring yourself with an open mind!


Supported by Hearing Voices, Sleaford and Cathy McNulty.


Sat 8 Feb, Thu 20 Feb & Sat 7 Mar, 11am-2pm

Mindful Stitch with the Sleaford Embroiderers

Free, drop-in sessions, everyone welcome


Sun 8 Mar 10.15am-3.15pm

Life Drawing with Martyn Blundell

£30, 16yrs+, paper provided, basic materials are provided, or feel free to bring your own if you prefer


Sat 14 Mar 2020, 10:30am–4:30pm

Wood Carving with Peter Tree - SOLD OUT

£36, 16yrs+, all materials provided, suitable for all abilities