Library

The Library is situated in the lovely surroundings of the Strutts Centre in Belper.
 
Derby Road
Belper
DE56 1UU.
 
It is easily reached by car or public transport. There is plenty of parking on site and the bus stop is right outside on the main A6 through Belper.
 
OPENING HOURS
 
The regular monthly opening hours are:
2nd Wednesday             1.30pm – 4.00pm
Last Saturday                 10.00am – 12.00 noon (excluding Bank Holidays).
 
Books can be borrowed only by members. They are issued for ONE month and can be renewed by contacting the Librarian.
 
The catalogue is now online and can be searched using the Book Search link (see left).
 
Requests and enquiries can also be made through the Librarian on the Contact Us page.
 
The Library’s Journal Collection comprises sets of our own journals and those of adjacent counties. For some national societies and other regional societies with whom we exchange journals, the current 10 years are kept on our shelves. Please contact the Librarian for availability.
 

The Library is always happy to accept donations. Please let us know if you have books which may be appropriate.

LIBRARY CATALOGUE

Members may also obtain a catalogue of the Society’s Library on request from the The Hon. Librarian, see Contact Us page.

LIBRARY NEWSLETTER

Members who have registered an email address receive a regular newsletter with information on new accessions, surplus books for sale and other news about the library. Click here to download the latest edition.

 The Library is there for all members to enjoy – we look forward to seeing you.
DAS library 2021
Society's library at Belper.

Recent Library Acquisitions

SIR ALFRED HASLAM Marine Refrigeration Engineer Geoff Sadler & Joan D’Arcy
A MILLER and his MILL Judith Cooper
DERBYSHIRE TURNPIKE ROAD and BRIDGE TRUSTS DRS VOL 44
INTERPRETING PREHISTORIC ROCK ART The Ashover Stones Jonathan Powers
READING THE PEAK DISTRICT LANDSCAPE John Barnatt
NORTH MIDLAND RAILWAY GUIDE
A STAGE or TWO BEYOND CHRISTENDOM Michael Austin
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE AT HOME Paul Crawford et al.
MANSFIELD and PINXTON RAILWAY, The Story of, Dennis Hill ,Editor
The DIARIES of MARIA GYTE of Sheldon, Derbyshire ed. Gerald Phizackerley