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STRATHAVEN TOWN MILL
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Strathaven Town Mill

ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE

The Town Mill exists to support 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 organised 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.

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Our Upcoming Events

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

BLOOD BROTHERS

TUESDAY 5th - FRIDAY 8th MARCH - TOWN MILL STRATHAVEN 

Auld Avondale Actors are back with their new Production for 2024. Blood Brothers - The Play.

FOR TICKETS Please message, email or text/ whatsapp Christine on 07719 775 796 

TICKETS £8 each.

Doors open at 7pm,

Curtain up at 7.30pm.

Acoustic Cafe Nights with
THE MAIRS FAMILY BAND

FRIDAY 15th MARCH, 8pm, the GRANARY

 At last! AcousticCafeNights@theGranary proudly presents THE MAIRS FAMILY BAND who are Alan, Louise, Hazel and Darren.

The quality of ther musicianship has made them firm favourites on the festival and club circuit snce the 1990's. The band features all instruments and all styles from contemporary to traditional with spine chilling bluegrass vocal harmonies. They also include their own compositions within their rich and varied repertoire. All members of the band have had many years experience in the live music scene playing in various bands both here, Ireland and the USA.

"The singing, harmonies, and standard of musicianship is, quite honestly, superb" John Walden, music journalist.

"They have moved bluegrass in Scotland onto another level." Frank Denholm, music promoter.

Date- Friday, 15th March
Time -8.00pm-10pm
Place - The Granary at the Town Mill Strathaven. ML106LF
Entry £10 (at door) including filter coffee, tea and tasty home baking.

*With support*

Doors open 7.30pm

Children under 16 free.

Limited seating.

Come early to avoid disappointment.

The City Sinners play the music of Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris

FRIDAY 29th MARCH- 8pm at the Granary, Strathaven Town Mill

Tickets now available for The City Sinners appearing at the Granarary on 29th March
THE CITY SINNERS feature some of the leading players on the Scottish Americana/country music scene, and they have reformed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of 'Grievous Angel', the first official collaboration between GRAM PARSONS and EMMYLOU HARRIS.
The show will feature most of this album, in addition to other songs associated with both Parsons and Harris.
Tickets - £12.00 (plus booking fee)
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