Community Pantry coming soon to New Mills
Oct27

Community Pantry coming soon to New Mills

Opening soon – ‘New Mills Community Pantry’ which will be based inside the Indoor Market Hall in the centre of New Mills and run by The New Mills Youth and Community Project.No strict criteria, no referrals etc – the Community Pantry will be open to ALL residents.This project is being delivered to provide residents with an accessible and affordable option as well as being an environmentally friendly incentive.£5.00 per...

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Co-op Local Community Fund Success
Oct27

Co-op Local Community Fund Success

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Visit New Mills has been chosen by the Co-op to benefit from their community fund with immediate effect for the next 12 months. This means that every time you shop at the Co-op in New Mills on Church Road, and swipe your membership card, the Co-op sends us a much needed donation. Anyone with a Co-op membership can nominate Visit New Mills as their chosen cause by signing up or logging in...

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New Mills Fashion Week
Oct03

New Mills Fashion Week

Every Evening from 8pm Monday 12 – Friday 16 October Five free online events exploring the themes of fast fashion and clothes, bookable on Facebook at New Mills Fashion Week or email newmillsfashionweek@gmail.com  Monday kicks off with an illustrated talk – 100 Years of buying clothes. Tuesday there’s How Fashion Feels, an interactive session looking at how fashion influences the way we feel about ourselves and our bodies....

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John’s Sweet Emporium
Jul31

John’s Sweet Emporium

Est in 2014 as New Mills Candy Carts and Candy by John Brocklehurst, Brett and Claire Chapman have been customers from its opening and watched John build his dream into a reality. They have always respected John, loved the kindness he has shown their children and all those in the community. So when to opportunity came to be able to continue that dream they took over the shop, paying homage with a fitting name “John’s Sweet Emporium”....

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New Mills writer launches first Kangies book for young readers.
Jul09

New Mills writer launches first Kangies book for young readers.

David Blowers who is originally from Suffolk, has lived in New Mills for more than 20 years. Retired from a career in science, he has recently written a book that is based on a dream that he had as a child whilst staying in a caravan in Buxton (and suffering from mumps!). A bit about the book – Kangies (written and illustrated by David Blowers) Kangies centres on Johnnie and Emily (brother and younger sister) who discover that they...

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Wiseheart & Wild
Jul03

Wiseheart & Wild

Wiseheart & Wild Wiseheart & Wild is a studio for weaving, dyeing and spinning; traditional crafts for the modern world. It provides a retail space for wool and other natural fibres, and the accessories for knitting, crochet and felting. There is also a gallery of local artists and artisans, ideal for gifts or your own pleasure. Northern Alchemy We are expecting the imminent arrival of our brand of wool from the spinning mill...

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