Food market open Saturday 22nd May from 11am onwards.
The front shop will be open all weekend for collections, cider, essential cycles, eggs, and flour/bread mixes.
We look forward to seeing you.
The Centre is partially open with the Car Park, Little Valley Bakery, Essential Cycles, Shed Head Cider, Papa Jewellery, Justin’s Catering (pre-ordered takeaway only) and other craft vendors like Little Gem able to offer service’s by appointment – subject to Welsh Government Regulations. We hope to re-open some of the inside parts of the site on Saturday the 22nd May 2021.
Our Front shop and outdoor courtyard will be open whenever Essential Cycles or Shed Head cider are on site, please call them to make an appointment if collecting from or delivering to them. Paint along sessions for Kids are now available and these must be pre-booked with Claire our paint along artist (see her page on the website for more details).
The Food Market held over the last few weeks has been well supported and will be open again in the outdoor front courtyard on Saturday 22nd of May 11am to 5pm. Entry to the Food Market is free, however there is a £4 parking fee if arriving by car and staying longer than 15 mins. You can also pre pay your parking here.
During the latest Covid regulations please note that our car park remains open for anyone wishing to park and walk in the local area, provided you are compliant with the Pandemic Regulations. There is a charge of £4 per car if you are parking for longer than 15 minutes – payable at the collection box on the main entrance door, or in Mill Shop if open, alternatively you have the option to purchase a ticket and reserve your parking here.
The bakery will be open Wednesday to Sunday, but please call them to check their opening hours.
The Mill will continue to produce flour and this can be collected by appointment or purchased at Shepherds Shop.
The Tea Room will continue to offer a take away service upon request, including Sunday Lunch but you must telephone to pre-order – please call 07897201230.
Shedhead Cider will be available upon request, please call 07891508688.
Craft workshops can be contacted on the numbers below, please call them direct for any orders collections or deliveries.
You must pre- book craft activities using the online facility on this website or call the craft workshops direct. For Pottery call Kevin on 07813454628, for Bread Making call Chendore on 07890904359, Art classes call Katie, 07846115419, for Jewellery call Roberta 07713457320. The Iron Age Round House is available for educational outdoor groups with Gower Unearthed.
The Woollen Mill, Cordwainer’s Workshop and Celtic Long Hall can be used by appointment for educational purposes. If you are Home Schooling we can offer the use of our classroom and other outdoor facilities for educational purposes.
When we re-open and in order to manage attendance numbers and comply with Welsh Government guidelines we request that all visitors pre-book either a car park ticket, a craft activity ticket or Tea Room ticket. You can also order from the Tea Room by calling 07897201230. Season tickets holders do not have to book other than for craft activities but must show their season ticket upon arrival.
Our holiday accommodation is not available as it is being used by essential workers for the rest of the year.
PLEASE NOTE: Normal admission charges are temporarily suspended, therefore all pre-booked tickets for any activity include entry to The Gower Heritage Centre.