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Melin Wlân Trefriw

Atyniadu Hanes a Threftadaeth Gogledd Cymru

Dewch i weld y gwehyddu, y tyrbin, amgueddfa'r Felin, a'r siop ac ystafell de.

Yn 1859, prynodd Thomas Williams y Felin, ac mae hi'n dal ym meddiant ei ddisgynyddion ac yn cael ei rhedeg ganddynt. Cynhyrcha ddeunyddiau traddodiadol mewn lliwiau ffasiynol ar gyfer gorchuddio dodrefn meddal, dillad ac ategolion.

Mae'r Felin yn cynhyrchu ei thrydan ei hunan ar gyfer pob proses o'r cnu i'r deunydd terfynol, a hynny ar beiriannau sydd dros hanner canrif oed. Gan mai amgueddfa mewn melin sy'n dal ar waith ydy hon, mae'r peiriannau'n rhedeg pan fydd eu hangen
i gynhyrchu.

Ceir cyfle i weld arddangosfa o nyddu â llaw. Cewch hefyd weld Gardd y Gwehydd lle ceir planhigion ar gyfer llifo ac ar gyfer creu deunyddiau (gweler yr oriau agor).

Mae'r cynnyrch sydd gennym o wlân pur yn cynnwys cwiltiau gwely ar batrymau tapestri, carthenni teithio, gwlân ar gyfer gweu, brethyn, dodrefn meddal ac ategolion, ac mae'r cyfan ar gael yn y siop neu ar ein gwefan yn unig. Yn 2012 rydym yn cyflwyno dillad merched ar batrymau newydd fydd ar gael mewn brethyn a thapestri.

Rydym hefyd yn cadw dillad wedi'u gweu mewn gwlân pur, ategolion a nwyddau
croen defaid.

Yn yr ystafell de, gallwch gael diodydd poeth ac oer, cacennau a sgons.

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Oriel Luniau


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Trefriw Woollen Mill Shop Counter
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Welsh Tapestry Bedspreads at Trefriw Woollen Mill
Turbine vintage machinery at Trefriw Woollen Mill
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Amseroedd Agor

Mae'r siop a'r tŷ tyrbin ar agor:
Tachwedd - Mawrth
Dydd Llun - Dydd Sadwrn 10.00am – 5.00pm
Ebrill - Hydref
Dydd Llun - Dydd Sadwrn 9.30am - 5.30pm, Dydd Sul 10.00am - 5.00pm

Gellir gweld gwehyddu:
20 Chwefror - 16 Rhagfyr
Dydd Llun - Dydd Gwener (heblaw am wyliua banc) 10.00am – 1 .00pm & 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Amgueddfa Llawn ar agor:
10 Ebrill – 27 Hydref
Llun – Gwener (ar wahân i wyliua banc) 10.00am - 1.00pm & 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Arddangosfa Nyddu â llaw a 'Rhowch dro ar nyddu':
17, 19, 20 Ebrill, 29 & 31 Mai; Mehefin - Medi bob Dydd Mercher a Dydd Iau

Gardd y Gwehydd yn cynnwys planhigion ar gyfer llifo'n naturiol:
Mis Mai tan ddiwedd Medi - fel y siop.

Prisiau

Mynediad am ddim

Cysylltu

Melin Wlân Trefriw
Trefriw
Conwy Valley
LL27 0NQ
01492 640462
info@t-w-m.co.uk
www.t-w-m.co.uk





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