Berey’s Unique Royal Wedding Souvenir

Town Mill Potter Berey Pealing has designed and made a truly unique piece to commemorate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.  The figures represent the royal couple, who emerge or retreat form the symbolic Windsor Castle depending on the prevailing weather conditions.  The simple mechanism consists of a short length of cat gut […]

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13th April 2018

Recruiting Millers Now

As the busy summer season approaches at the award-winning Town Mill, we are looking for volunteers to help run our working watermill.    You will be joining a team of millers, making stoneground flour and offering informative tours of the mill to our visitors.  Full milling training will be given. You’ll be part of a community […]

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13th April 2018

Noses to the Grindstone

It may have seemed quiet during the winter months here at The Town Mill, but our team of volunteers have not been taking it easy!  With the help of professional stone dresser Malcolm Cooper and millwright Martin Watts, a project has just been completed to re-dress our peak stones, and recommission our french burr stones.  […]

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13th April 2018

Colourworks 13th to 25th April

Come and enjoy Malcolm Giladjian’s fourth solo exhibition here at The Town Mill.  His dramatic larger paintings will be in the Courtyard Gallery, showing a new development in his artistic journey.  With the use of oil, he has a new-found freedom in his marks that oil paints allow him to form.

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13th April 2018

Diana and Actaeon – Kate Westbrook 5th to 22nd May

The exhibition is part of a programme curated by Deborah Wood of The Art Room especially for The Malthouse. Following in the traditions of Classical Fine Art, and inspired by Gainsborough’s watercolour study, Kate Westbrook explores the myth of Diana and Actaeon. Written by the Roman poet Ovid and found within the collected works entitled […]

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11th April 2018

Julie Oldfield 19th April to 2nd May

Popular local artist Julie Oldfield returns to the Malthouse with her inventive and atmospheric mixed media paintings that have been weathered by time, the sea, oxidation and chemical treatments in order to create texture and capture coastal light and mood.

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11th April 2018

Ways & Means 6th to 18th April

This Morecombelake Art Group exhibition shows how twelve artists have worked over the last year to expand their practice.  This has included experimenting with innovative mark making, collages, new printmaking techniques and varied approaches to drawing from life.  The idea has been to push and develop each artist’s repertoire and to show in the exhibition, […]

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10th April 2018

Jazz at The Mill 26th & 27th May

We are delighted to be a venue for Jazz Jurassica 2018, with two very exciting performances in our courtyard.  Admission is FREE and Lyme Regis Brewery will be serving until late on both evenings. From 5:30p.m. on Saturday 26th May, Charlie & Jake return by popular demand, bringing a new twist to jazz standards, soul […]

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6th April 2018

MillFest 12th & 13th May

National Mills Weekend is the annual festival of our UK milling heritage, providing visitors with a fantastic opportunity to hail working mills.  Here at The Town Mill we will be holding a festival to celebrate our ‘Flour Power’ with live music, food & drink, baking and art activities.  Guided tours will run all weekend, giving […]

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6th April 2018

Throw A Pot 6 April 12:00pm to 2:30pm

During Lyme Regis Children’s Week, Harry at The Town Mill Pottery will run a drop-in ‘potter’s wheel’ session in the courtyard, where kids can try throwing their own pot for £6. If the weather is bad, a ‘creative clay’ session will run in the Bakehouse Attic.  No age restriction, but under 5’s must be assisted […]

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4th April 2018