12th November


Tucked away down a country lane in Skeeby, lies a hidden gem: The Old Mill Centre.  Visitors are invited to see the facilities on offer and experience its unique ambience, first-hand. 

The centre will be open on Saturday 16th November, 2013 from 10.00am – 4.00pm.

Especially appealing to voluntary organisations, charities and faith groups, this inspiring place offers an opportunity to step away from the chaos of modern living, providing space to rest, recuperate and reconnect. 

“Perfect venue for an excellent day” was the response from Richmond Methodist Church after their visit.

Groups can come non-residentially or stay for a night or two.  A particularly attractive option is to hire the new studio either with or without specialist theatre equipment, perfect for performing and creative arts activities.  

The Old Mill Centre also offers businesses an ideal place to get clarity and perspective, providing a stimulating environment away from the day-to-day pressures of office life.  

Owners Barbara & Mick Sutcliffe-Cole will host the Open Day and with their team will be available to give tours.  An opportunity to present further information and to talk about project ideas will be an integral part of the day. 

Ladies & children who participated in the centre’s recent Singing Workshops will showcase their work throughout the morning and exhibitions can be seen by local artists Kathryn Guy, Beverley Haines and Claire Lindley.   A special feature will be stringed instrument repairer/restorer Stephen Sharp, who also crafts walking sticks.

Refreshments, served by teenager Kate Howard, will be available throughout the day, with donations going towards her imminent challenge trip to Equador.

For more details, please visit the website www.oldmillcentre.co.uk or contact Barbara: barbara@oldmillcentre.co.uk , 01625 523397.

For directions to The Old Mill Centre, follow this link: http://www.oldmillcentre.co.uk/how-to-find-us

Photo of William Hague at the opening of the studio theatre in June 2012.  Taken by John Chapman.

Posted by Barbara
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