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Arts and culture

Natural weaving workshop

Thwaite Mills Watermill

23 October 2012 - 23 October 2012

Adult workshop

 

‚ÄčAs part of the Love Arts Leeds Festival join us for a brief tour of our grounds and using natural products, be inspired to create your own woven masterpiece.

Booking is required.

Price:   Free but usual admission applies

Contact details:   Booking is required, please contact (0113) 214 1914  if you wish to book or have any queries.

Additional information:  

 

Thwaite Mills Watermill 

Thwaite Lane
Stourton
Leeds
LS10 1RP

t.   0113 3782983

Details  

A fully-restored working watermill which is nestled on an island location between the River Aire and the Aire & Calder Navigation.

Facilities  

Baby change
Education facilities
Picnic area
Shop
Tea and coffee facilities
Toilets
Vending machine

Access  

Follow the link on the right for more information about access at Thwaite Mills Watermill.

Public transport  

Finding your way to Thwaite Mills Watermill. By bus: Bus number 110 runs between Leeds city centre bus station and Thwaite Mills Watermill. By train: The Mill is 2.5 miles from Leeds Railway Station. By car: Thwaite Mills is very close to the M1 (junction 43 from the South, junction 44 from the North). If you are using a route planner, our postcode is LS10 1RP. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com.

Parking  

There is free parking at the front of the museum with disabled parking immediately outside of the Museum entrance.

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