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Trefriw Woollen Mill

Heritage and Culture Attractions North Wales

See the weaving and water powered turbine at our working mill museum. We generate our own electricity and carry out all the processes from fleece to fabric on machines which are over fifty years old. Weaving and the turbine can be viewed Monday – Friday from mid February to mid December.

Additional machines such as carding engines, spinning mules and warping mill run according to production needs and can be viewed between Easter and the end of October.

We manufacture traditional Welsh bedspreads, travelling rugs and tweeds and our fabrics are made up into garments, accessories and soft furnishings. Our products are available in the mill shop along with pure wool knitwear and accessories and sheepskin goods. Tea, coffee, bara brith, Welsh cakes, scones and cakes are served in our tearoom.

See below for times for hand spinning and rag rug making demonstrations, or “try weaving yourself” on a small handloom and the Weaver’s Garden with plants which supply natural dyes and fibres.

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Trefriw Woollen Mill Shop Counter Trefriw Woollen Mill Welsh Tapestry Weaving at Trefriw Woollen Mill Welsh Tapestry Bedspreads at Trefriw Woollen Mill Turbine vintage machinery at Trefriw Woollen Mill Trefriw Blending_Shed_9061 Trefriw Spinning_Mules_9000
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Trefriw Woollen Mill Shop Counter
Trefriw Woollen Mill Welsh Tapestry
Weaving at Trefriw Woollen Mill
Welsh Tapestry Bedspreads at Trefriw Woollen Mill
Turbine vintage machinery at Trefriw Woollen Mill
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Trefriw Spinning_Mules_9000

Opening Times


The shop and turbine house are open: November – March
Monday – Saturday 10.00am – 5.00pm
April – October
Monday – Saturday 9.30am – 5.30pm
Sundays 10.00am – 5.00pm

Weaving can be viewed:
February 20th – mid December 16th
Monday – Friday (except Bank Holidays) 10.00am – 1 .00pm & 2.00pm – 5.00pm

The full mill museum is open:
April 10th – October 27th
Monday – Friday (except Bank Holidays) 10am - 1.00pm & 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Hand spinning demonstration & “try weaving yourself”
April 17th, 19th & 20th, May 29th & 31st and June – September every Wednesday and Thursday

Rag rug making demonstration
April 18th, May 30th and June – September every Tuesday

Weaver’s Garden with labeled plants
May – September as shop

Prices

Free Admission. Regret no School Parties

Contact

Trefriw Woollen Mills Ltd.
Main Road
Trefriw
Conwy Valley
LL27 0NQ
01492 640462
info@t-w-m.co.uk
www.t-w-m.co.uk





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