Town Mill features in The Guardian

Lyme Regis: a real taste of the Dorset coast with an exciting new food scene | Travel | The Guardian Fantastic to know that visitors to Lyme Regis quickly find out what we already know to be true – that the ancient Town Mill quarter is a rare and thriving artisanal hub, a mere stones-throw […]

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23rd April 2024

REVITALISED BAKEHOUSE AFTER COMMUNITY GRANT AWARDED BY LYME REGIS TOWN COUNCIL

We are delighted to announce the re-invigoration of our Bakehouse Studio as a community space – and we’re looking forward to sharing it with Lyme Regis! With financial support from Lyme Regis Town Council’s Community Grant, Town Mill was able to undertake a project to install kitchen facilities in the studio, turning an empty room […]

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13th February 2024

Easter Children’s Craft Club at The Town Mill a great success!

  Wonderful early-years art event here at The Town Mill last week as part of the Children’s Craft Club! This bunch busy creating their own canvases of an aerial beach scene using paint pouring, paint blowing, stamping and sticking! Lots of fund afterwards searching for Easter treasures around the Miller’s Garden and finished off with […]

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18th April 2023

Dorset Life Magazine – April 2023

A lovely piece in this month’s Dorset Life magazine featuring the artists in the recent PRIMAVERA exhibition curated by Alison Shelton-Brown, as well as the story of the rich history of The Town Mill and The Malthouse Gallery

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18th April 2023

Private Mill Tours available for groups

For groups, we can offer a private, guided tour with one of our knowledgeable volunteer millers. Your tour will include: *A visit all three floors inside the Mill, guided by a miller – The Stone Floor, Sack Floor & Meal Floor *A miller will talk to you about the history, restoration and present day working […]

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3rd May 2021

Town Mill is mentioned in the Guardian newspaper

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/jun/07/plastic-free-coast-10-uk-seaside-towns-sustainable?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Gmail   The town’s old watermill, rescued by volunteers, now produces wholemeal flour and hydroelectricity. Its cobbled court is a creative hub, with silversmith, pottery, design agency, and the Courtyard Café, where flour from the mill is use for scones and pastries. The cafe recycles most of its waste and sends compostable matter to Trill Farm Organics (also a […]

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27th June 2019