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Farfield Mill, Sedbergh

Location
Grid reference: SD 676 918
OS sheet: 98
Postcode: LA10 5LW
About 1 mile E of Sedbergh, off A684 Hawes/Garsdale Road.

A 4-storey textile mill, built in 1837, with an 1895 Gilkes & Gordon turbine. (Still in situ - but no longer functioning).

A restored Victorian woollen mill, now home to a thriving arts, crafts and heritage centre on the edge of Cumbria & Yorkshire - now the leading venue for textile arts in the North West.

Heritage displays, working looms, regularly changing exhibitions, craft demonstrations, art and craft for sale by resident and visiting artists, workshops and events - plus delicious food in Weavers Cafe.

The mill is run by a charitable trust and there is a small admission fee.

Opening times 2017
Daily 10.00 -17.00 (café 10.00-17.00).(Closes 16.30 in winter).

National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
Saturday and Sunday, 10.30-17.00.

Contact
Sara Last, Centre Manager, Tel. 015396 21958.

Email
admin@farfieldmill.org

Web site
www.farfieldmill.org