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Farfield Mill

Farfield Mill Nestling between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, a rescued Farfield Mill opened its doors in 2001 to an exciting new life providing access to high-quality art and crafts and heritage.

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Address: Farfield Mill, Garsdale Road, Sedbergh, Cumbria
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Opening: The Mill is open 10.30am - 5pm; the Tea Room is open 10.30am - 4pm

015396 21958

Farfield Mill

Farfield Mill is housed in a restored Victorian woollen mill nestling under the Howgill Fells on the edge of Cumbria and Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Visit to see a changing programme of art and craft exhibitions, heritage display, and artists' studio. Shop in the craft gallery which displays work from local Yorkshire and Cumbrian artists in addition to the Mill's Resident Artists. The perfect place to find something beautiful and unique. Learn new skills in a range of art and craft workshops, suitable for both beginners and those wishing to improve their skills. Visit out website for further details. The Tea Room offers a range of hot and cold drinks, cakes and light lunches and snacks.

(Dogs are welcome in the Tea Room)

Accessibility

Farfield Mill aim to be as accessible as possible. They offer the following facilities and services to help you make the most of your visit. The main entrance to the Mill is accessed via a ramp. There is also a lift to all levels and disabled facilities on each floor. Chairs are dotted around the mill for little breaks and to take in the view.

Parking Facilities - Free disabled parking is available adjacent to the Mill.

Wheelchair Access - The Mill has a lift to all floors and there are no steps on any floor.

Toilets - Level access toilets are available on all floors.

Assistance Dogs - Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome.