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Attraction in Oswestry

Llangedwyn Mill Craft Workshops
Llangedwyn
Oswestry
Shropshire

SY10 9LD | View map
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Four designer craftsmen at work in the beautiful Tanat Valley. Follow the brown 'Craft' signs and discover the workshops by the river, in a converted mill complex. Woodcarving and turning, a specialist stockist of cross-stitch charts, kits and materials, a studio making architectural and decorative stained glass, and a jeweller who restores clocks and barometers share this attractive site. Opening times generally are 10am - 5pm, but please contact individual workshops for details, particularly at weekends. Each workshop has a display or 'shop' area.

Situated on B4396, 6 miles from Oswestry, on the way to Llanrhaeadr Waterfall!

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Nearest Train Station: Gobowen
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Nearest UK Airport: Manchester
Months Open: Jan 4 - Dec 24
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Gift Shop: Yes - Displays of gifts for sale

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