Mill 10.30am-4.30pm Cafe 10am-4pm (Summer opening hours from 8 April) Mill 10.30am-5pm Cafe 10am-4.30pm Adults £4.05 (£4.50 with Gift Aid); Students (with NUS card) £3.18 (£3.50 with Gift Aid); Children FREE. Entry to the Café 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.
We are now able to offer commission weaving on our new Somet loom as well as the original Dobcross. Click here for further information
Wonderful opportunity to rent a studio at Farfield Mill. If you would like to become one of our resident artists or would like more information, then please contact Lesley at firstname.lastname@example.org. or ring 015396 21973 for an informal chat.
You can now get the bus to Farfield Mill on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays. The Western Dales bus connects with the morning and evening train at Dent station on the Settle-Carlisle route. Get a third off your admission with a valid bus ticket. For a timetable click here
Please call us 015396 21958 ext 0 or email email@example.com
We are situated on the A684 Garsdale/Hawes Road just one mile east of Sedbergh where there is ample free parking.
By car, leave the M6 at Junction 37 and drive five miles through stunning Howgills landscape to Sedbergh, England's Book Town, from where Farfield Mill is signposted.
Taking the road from Hawes (15 miles), Farfield Mill's entrance is on the right , just follow the brown tourist signs.
Click here for map.
FREE Parking facilities are available for cars and coaches. If you plan to arrive by coach or minibus, please notify Farfield Mill in advance to arrange set-aside parking.
Please do not use your SAT NAV when trying to locate us, due to the rural postcode you will be sent down a very narrow road on the wrong side of the river. Once in Sedbergh follow the brown signs.
'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
'Excellent exhibitions, good information, very friendly volunteers - congratulations to everyone involved' - Bath
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Farfield Mill arts, craft and heritage centre is housed in a restored Victorian Woolen 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 Cafe.
Alison Scott - A Week in Farfield- an exhibtion of prints and paintings about life in the Mill. Opening 26 April and meet the artist 30 April.
Tom Philipson 'From faker to maker!' Wednesday 8 March until Sunday 7 May
Tom Philipson is a designer and maker of furniture and products from wood. He designs through actual making, and constructs using traditional tools and techniques mixed with experimental processes. He has been part of The Craft Council's "Hothouse" Talent development programme. And since then has exhibited his work nationally. Click here for more details