Really nice heritage centre and impressive mill engine. The North West Computer Museum is really good and worth a visit. There is a maze of corridors and signage needs improvement,some areas need improvement.
Brian Jones2 months ago
Popped into the visitors centre and was blown away by the displays and the giant wheel that used to power the mill. The guides were well versed in the buildings history. Had a look around the rest of the mill, and there's a lot going on in the building. Will definately be back.
mark Dando6 months ago
Me and the misses called in today on our way to one of the other units at the mill. All the staff were friendly and welcoming and even happily discussed amendments with me as I'm a picky eater.
The food arrived quickly and was hot and delicious. There is plenty of seating, it was very clean, the location is very central within the mill, and the prices are excellent.
I spotted a previous review here stating it wasn't well sign posted, I suspect they have worked on this since then as it was very easy to find when we went.
No complaints whatsoever, I'll definitely be calling back in. Cheers.
Adam Elliott6 months ago
North West computer museum is on the 4th floor. A real must for anyone interested in computer and gaming history. £2.00 for a cappuccino and a bag of walkers crisps, best value ever. My grandson is in his element 💙
Derek Gibson6 months ago
Visited on a Monday afternoon, mostly closed, lift out of order. There may be some good things there, but I didn't see them and I visited 4 floors. Not sure all the plans and ideas are in place yet.
Bob Sanders7 months ago
Lovely quirky place but needs better signage to find your way around. The cafe was fab!
Gill Parker7 months ago
Extremely very nice people a very welcoming will go out their way to make people happy me and my 2 girls loved it and the food was very nice 👋👌👍
Lyndsey Unsworth9 months ago
I volunteer in the Heritage Centre. Come and see us on Tuesday or Saturday between 10 am and 2 pm. Warm welcome awaits!
Jane Shaw11 months ago
Lots going on, great community asset
thegiftshop11 months ago
Excellent! Very friendly staff.
Chris Howard1 year ago
Very interesting, Heritage floor is well worth a visit, fantastic that the original Mill engine is still in situ, the volunteers are positive it will run again in the future. Other machinery on show with a wool loom being rebuilt. Excellent knowledge from the volunteers and guides
Mark Stephan1 year ago
Fabulous place. So many different classes and events to enjoy. Cafe, heritage centre yoga and gym are particularly fantastic. Everyone is super friendly and welcoming. What more could you ask if you want to be a part of the community or even just to visit.
Donna Eccles1 year ago
Picked a load out of leigh spinners yesterday in&out 'boys r great 'twt driver
Colin Jones1 year ago
Leigh Spinners have a Huge range of the UK's finest artificial grass complete with free samples service. The artificial grass specialists. Make gardening simple with artificial grass. The Leigh Spinners Artificial turf is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass. It is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. However, it is now being used on residential lawns and commercial applications as well. We love the Leigh Spinner artificial grass and think it’s the best in the uk
James Dooley1 year ago
Lance Rawlinson1 year ago
Lovely old fashioned factory still in use
Andy Scott1 year ago
Excellent heritage site a lot of work done much more to do.
Derek Morris1 year ago
Great to see the old sites being looked after rather than being torn down. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff too
Mark Brandon1 year ago
I volunteer at The Mill. We are looking at reopening our Heritage offer at the end of July! If you want to volunteer pkeaseco e down and join us- you can find a friends page on Facebook too!
Jane Shaw2 years ago