Sarum College Library

Last updated 11th August 2014 
Name of library Sarum College Library 
Address 19 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EE 
Telephone 01722 424803 
Fax 01722 338508 
E-mail library@sarum.ac.uk 
Website http://www.sarum.ac.uk 
Alternative names STETS (Southern Theological Education and Training Scheme) is in the same building and shares the library. 
Contact & Job Title Mrs Jennifer Monds,  College Librarian
Purpose & main user community of the library  To support the students and staff of Sarum College and STETS
Terms of access  By appointment and subscription. Please bring identification
Opening hours M-F 09.00 – 13.00 and 14.00 – 17.00; and Tues. evenings 17.30 – 19.00 (term time only) and alternate Fridays to 18.30 (term time). 
Disabled access  Lift available to library on first floor.
Lending to other libraries & visitors  Yes, via SWRLS & BLDSC (we are a member of CONARLS)
Reciprocal arrangement with THUGCAT members
Willing to lend to other ABTAPL members for their registered readers at CONARLS rates.
Number of volumes  36,000
Periodicals – Back Issues  8 Complete, 40 Incomplete
Current Periodicals  42
Other materials  
Volumes added per year  700
Coverage  Historical and modern academic theology
Special Collections Bishop Hamilton Bequest; Markham Bequest: 292 vols of bound pamphlets (mostly 19th Century). 19th Century local church history, mainly from the former Sowter and Clerical Library. Archives of the CSM and the Jubilee Group. 
Manuscripts Michael Vasey’s liturgical archive 
Research resource 19th Century Sermons. Development of ‘Common Worship’ Church history, local and national. 
Catalogue Type  Computer
URL of catalogue http://library.sarum.ac.uk/ 
Other facilities Non-members may pay a small fee for a day or a week’s study. Photocopying, word processing, internet access. 
Full Time Staff  2
Part Time Staff  1
Voluntary Staff  4
Changes in next five years affecting the above Plans for lift. Plans for new learning resources block. 
Anything else about the library  The 19th and early 20th Century material is slowly being added to the catalogue. Please ask if the required titles do not appear.