Vibrant Centre for Arts & Heritage

STRATHAVEN TOWN MILL
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Welcome to the Strathaven Town Mill

ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE

To give the Town Mill back to the community of Strathaven and the surrounding area by offering rooms and halls for hire for events and exhibitions as well as promoting a wide range of events organized by our members.

The Town Mill was built in the 17th century in the shadow of Strathaven Castle, another well known historic landmark. Known throughout the county for years as a focal point for community gatherings and particularly musical clubs and groups, It has had many uses throughout its life, even housing the local tourist information office for a short time.

The Arts and Heritage Centre was set up to bring back the good times to the Town Mill and reinstate it to its pomp as the local venue for the arts and local culture. Over the years we have made huge steps toward our goals, and continue to be committed to the the cause.

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Our Upcoming Events

Please see below information on some of our exciting upcoming events or click to see our full calendar.

A Star is Born

THURSDAY 18 APRIL SOLD OUT
FRIDAY 19 APRIL

Bradley Cooper plays musician Jackson Maine, who discovers - and falls in love with - struggling artist Ally (Lady Gaga). She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer... until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight..

Bhangra Beatles

SATURDAY 27 APRIL, 7:00pm SOLD OUT

The Bhangra Beatles are not your average Beatles tribute band. The 7 piece fuse the songs of The Beatles with the high octane beats of traditional Punjabi folk music and Bhangra, to create a sound that is truly unique and guaranteed to fill any dancefloor.

The Favourite

THURSDAY 16 MAY

In the early 18th century, England is at war with the French. Nevertheless, duck racing and pineapple eating are thriving. A frail Queen Anne (Olivia Coleman) occupies the throne, and her close friend, Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz), governs the country in her stead.

Our History

An Integral Part of Working Life

The Mill was built in 1650 by William, the Second Duke of Hamilton, who was then resident in Strathaven Castle which sits adjacent to the Mill. It played an integral part in the working life of Strathaven for three and a quarter centuries.

Book a Venue

We have three bookable facilities, The Granary, The Thomson Suite and The Theatre.

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Membership & Donations

Please consider giving a donation to help us with our essential fundraising.

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Stories from The Mill

Please see below information on some of our news stories about The Mill or click to see all our previous articles.

A Great Night was Had by All

Well what a fabulous night we had at the Town Mill last night watching this amazing show! Lots of laughs, poetry and songs. How lucky are we in Strathaven that we can attract such talent to play…

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Creative Strathaven Launch

Delighted to be attending the official launch of Creative Strathaven. Beautiful work on display. Be sure to drop by the Mill tomorrow between 10 and 4 for the exhibition or 1 and 3pm…

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We Love Our Volunteers!

We are incredibly grateful to the volunteers who have stepped up and filled the vacant executive roles on the committee at this evenings AGM. Also to those who have agreed to return along…

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Strathaven Town Mill

Stonehouse Road, Strathaven, Lanarkshire. Registered charity number: SC010579

Strathaven Town Mill