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Walford Mill Craft Centre
Stone Lane
Wimborne
Dorset

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Walford Mill Craft Centre is a converted mill a quarter of a mile north of the market town of Wimborne by the river Allen. The Centre has a gallery which has about eight different exhibitions during the year and also offers the best of contemporary craft work for sale in the shop, particularly work produced in the region.

There are three workshops on the site where craftspeople may usually be seen at work. These are silk weaving, stained glass and jewellery - these craftspeople all have work for sale as well as dealing with special orders.

The Centre has an adjacent car park and a licensed bistro and there are facilities for disabled visitors. Open daily from 10am to 5pm, 12 noon to 5pm on Sundays (closed on Mondays from Jan-Mar). Entry is free

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Nearest Train Station: Poole
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Months Open: Daily from 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 5pm
Closed on Mondays from Jan - Mar
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant

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