8th June

We are delighted to invite you to our Open Day at The Old Mill Centre.

The Centre will be open to the public on Saturday 23rd June from 2-6pm.

The 23rd June will celebrate the beginning of our new and very exciting chapter of the Old Mill venture. It will be an honour and privilege to welcome the guest of honour, The Rt. Hon William Hague.

Under construction since January, our new suite of facilities will be open for the benefit of visitors after this milestone event.

The Nigel Cole Studio Theatre has been built in memory of Barbara’s first husband, Nigel, who was tragically killed in a road traffic accident in 2001. Offering guests the opportunity to enjoy a truly inspirational experience will be a fitting tribute to a man whose generosity of spirit touched all who met him.

Residents and visitors to The Old Mill are invited to tap into the powerful properties of music and the arts; the hidden benefits that go way beyond simply gaining an education, and play a pivotal role in maintaining and enhancing personal wellbeing. Using creative expression via the arts, guests will have the opportunity to unlock energy for healing and restoring – to live fully and confidently.

The David Sutcliffe Quiet Room was constructed in memory of Mick’s father, David, a vicar whose key message throughout his ministry was: “Nothing can separate us from the love of God.”  The purpose of this room is to allow guests to withdraw for some personal space or to benefit from counselling.

We hope you can come to the Open Day & look forward to welcoming you to The Old Mill Centre.

See website for directions: www.oldmillcentre.co.uk

Barbara & Mick Sutcliffe-Cole and the team

Posted by Barbara
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