Whisper 'River Clough' at the reception desk and get a discount for your entry.
Pay only £2.00!!! (not applicable for groups)
Spring / Summer Opening Hours
27th March- 3rd Nov
Mill 10.30 - 5.00 Cafe 10.00 - 5.00
Adults £3.50 (£3.85 with Gift Aid); Concs £3.00 (£3.30 with Gift Aid); 16s and under FREE. Entry to the Café only is free.
Friends of Farfield Become a 'Friend' for £15 single/£25 joint - and enjoy free entry to the whole Centre for a year.
Group Visits We're happy to cater for your group - small or large. For details, click here.
FREE entry for LA10 residents on Sundays.
It doesn't happen often but we have studios available to rent. If you would like to become one of our resident artists then please contact Sara Last on email@example.com.
'Nice to see history being kept alive. Well done to all' - Essex
'So pleased to see this old mill put to good use'
'Fantastic inspirational place' - York
'Just keep doing what you are doing - it's looking super. Great afternoon' - Derbyshire
'Excellent exhibitions, good information, very friendly volunteers - congratulations to everyone involved' - Bath
'This is the most interesting place we have seen all week' - Bognor Regis
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East Meets West in a little town in Cumbria.
12 - 19 September
Sheepfest was so successful in 2014 it has been extended in 2015 to 9 days and in recognition that 2015 is the Chinese Year of the Sheep this year there’ll be a distinctly Oriental feel to the celebrations. Pagoda Arts Centre in Chinatown, Liverpool is bringing its Chinese Youth Orchestra and holding a range of workshops from drumming to fan-making and local children are learning traditional Chinese dances. At the heart of Sheepfest will always be the wonderful sheep created by the people of Sedbergh and this year some very colourful guests are arriving to take their place amongst the Rough Fell and the Herdwicks; a Dragon may well be invited to lead the opening parade, and there’ll be fireworks. Lots and lots of fireworks! Full programme will be available from mid July.
Supported by a grant from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority’s Sustainability Fund to encourage more people of Chinese descent to visit the National Park.
Four floors of inspiration await you in this vibrant arts and heritage centre.
Housed in a restored Victorian woollen mill on the edge of Cumbria and 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.
Sat 4 July to Sun 31 August -
Sat 11 July to Sun 31 August -
Meet the Artists Sat 25 July 2- 4pm
Join Colin and Jamie in their exhibitions for a glass of wine and a chat about what they do. Colin and Jamie are both Kendal based artists working in very different media, but they both work with the added element of surprise outcomes. Photographer Colin &Printmaker Jamie would love to meet you and let you know why what they do is so special.
Second Hand Bookshop
Have you been to the Mill Bookshop yet? We have a fantastic range of high quality books, including titles spanning a huge number of subjects, ALL attractively priced with 100% of proceeds directly benefiting the Mill. Donations glady welcomed.
Farfield Mill Mailing List
If you would like to join our mailing list to recieve information about exhibitions and much much more, please click HERE