Farfield Mill arts, craft and heritage centre is housed in a restored Victorian Woollen Mill in the Yorkshire Dales - heritage displays, working looms, exhibitions, craft demonstrations art and craft for sale by resident and visiting artists, workshops and events - plus delicious food in Weavers Café.
All our exhibition spaces show a full season of regularly changing exhibitions throughout the year, featuring high-profile artists and groups from across the region and the country. See our website for current and future exhibits.
Our resident artists include weavers, knitters, felt and embroidery artists, painters and jewellery-makers. They are often busy in their studios and they will be happy to discuss commissions or to talk about their work. During the weekends our master weaver David and his apprentice Juliette are busy in the weaving shed next to the Café. Here you can watch the traditional crafts and skills being kept alive for future generations.
For all you budding crafters our Farfield Mill shop stocks many useful materials and kits for knitting, weaving, felting, rag-rugging and other textiles.
Open daily from 10am (Weavers Cafe) with the mail Mill opening at 10.30am until 5pm (4.30pm winter)
Admission Adults £4.50 with Gift Aid (£4.05); Students (with NUS card) £3.50 with Gift Aid (£3.18); Children FREE. Entry to the Café and shop is free.
Farfield Mill Arts & Heritage Centre
Phone: +44 (0)15396 21958
Farfield Mill, Garsdale Road, Sedbergh, Cumbria, LA10 5LW