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Strathaven Town Mill


The Town Mill exists to support the community of Strathaven and the surrounding area by offering rooms and halls to hire for events and exhibitions. Both the Granary and the Town Mill are run by members, who maintain it and also staff it during events.

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.

Strathaven Town Mill was built in the 17th century in the shadow of Strathaven Castle, another well known historic landmark. 

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Our Upcoming Events

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

Strathaven Town Mill Charity Music Night

SATURDAY 15th JUNE, 8.00pm

Get ready for a night of great music and fun at the Strathaven Town Mill Charity Music Night- all for a good cause!
Welcome to the Strathaven Town Mill Charity Music Night. Join us at the Town Mill for a night filled with amazing music for a great cause. Get ready to sing along and enjoy fantastic performances by talented artists. This in person event promises to be a night to remember, all while supporting St Andrew’s Hospice. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have a blast and make a difference at the same time.
The music will start at 8pm but from 7pm onwards you can enjoy the bar where you will have some fundraising games. See you there!
Tickets £10 plus booking fee (£11.55) from Eventbrite.

AcousticCafeNight presents SKIRLIE

FRIDAY 21st JUNE 8pm -10pm

AcousticCafeNights@theGranary is delighted to welcome one of Scotland's most exciting and entertaining acoustic bands, SKIRLIE!
Skirlie is a Scottish dish with a mixture of Oats and Onions fried in Butter which is normally added to a main course. As they themselves say, 'This is how we approach our music. Fundamentally Scottish with other things thrown in: Scots Traditional, Celtic, Transatlantic and Roots. Tasty in more ways than one! They do a mix of traditional and contemporary Scottish and Irish songs plus a few American ones.
“Some Mid Summer madness to look forward to whilst we celebrate the Summer Solstice with some songs and music on the longest day of the year.”
Don't miss them!
Line-up: Kevin Patrick, Guitar, Mandolin, Dobro. Katherine MacLeod, Whistles, Flute.
Rab Ferris, Percussion, Whistles. Eddie McGlone, Bass, Chapman Stick.
Don't miss them!
With support.
Entry £10 at the door
Doors open at 7.30pm
Children under 16 go free.
Coffee/tea and home made cakes included.
Limited seating.
Please come early to avoid disappointment.


22 &23 JUNE 2024 10AM- 4PM EACH DAY

For one weekend only, the GRANARY will become an Art Gallery, sho!wcasing local artists' work.
Exhibits will include original paintings, prints, jewellery, gift cards and more.
Complimentary filter coffee and tea is available while you browse!
We look forward to welcoming youto this beautiful venue which was historically an art gallery before it became Strathaven's most popular musical hub!

Bob Marley: One Love

THURSDAY 27th JUNE, 7.30pm

Join us for a film night at the Town Mill when we'll be showing BOB MARLEY: ONE LOVE which celebrates the life and music of an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity. Discover Bob’s powerful story of overcoming adversity and the journey behind his revolutionary music.
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.

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Strathaven Town Mill

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