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Open Wednesday – Sunday 10.30am – 4.00pm

Closed for annual maintenance 24 December 2023 – 9 January 2024 (reopening Wednesday 10 January 2024)


Welcome to Farfield Mill

Beautiful things, Beautifully made


Online Shop

Buy online and support the Mill



Learn something new! Weaving, painting, sewing, ceramics and more...



beautiful woven products made here in the Mill



A wide range of exhibitions including textile art, mixed media, painting and much more


The Tea Room

For delicious drinks and tasty treats!


Artists and Makers Studios

Handcrafted and unique products direct from the from the artists.


Current Exhibitions

2023wed04oct10:30 amsat23dec(dec 23)4:00 pmTreasured - Textilia3Exhibition - Dover Gallery

2023wed11oct(oct 11)10:30 amsat23dec(dec 23)4:00 pmMonolith - Gina TawnExhibition - Clough Gallery

2023thu12oct(oct 12)10:30 amsat23dec(dec 23)4:00 pmMomentum… Memories, Journeys and TimesExhibition - Howgill Gallery

See Our Heritage Displays

What’s on

By supporting Farfield Mill, you're keeping traditional weaving skills alive for future generations, preserving architectural industrial heritage, supporting local artists and makers through studio space and exhibition opportunities and helping to provide art and craft workshops for everyone.

The story of Farfield Mill, Sedbergh

Farfield Mill is owned and run by Farfield Mill Limited, a charitable community benefit society. We are proud to be a cooperative organisation, owned and run by our members for the benefit of the wider community. As a charity we are subject to an asset lock, and (apart from receiving modest interest on their investment, if we can afford it) our members themselves do not profit from our activities.

As an organisation we exist to honour and preserve Farfield Mill’s textile heritage providing a hub for creative enterprises, engaging the visiting public with and fostering in them an appreciation of weaving and other traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, and giving them an understanding of the significance of the heritage of the local wool industry.

Heritage at Farfield Mill

Our heritage display was created by local people with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund. It shows examples of the processes involved in producing woollen cloth and the social history associated with the Mill. Included within our exhibition is a 300-year-old Witney blanket loom.

Photograph of one of the Knitters of Dent sitting knitting by a window

What's on at Farfield Mill




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