We are pleased to announce that we will be continuing our weekly local food produce and craft market throughout September. This event has run throughout August and has seen the return of many local artists and food producers including: Tree House Pottery, A taste of Gower, Cae Tan, Y Felin Ddwr Flour, Shed Head Cider … Read moreMarket at the Mill continues throughout September
Support local Storyteller, Sian Cornelius, working to preserve the Old Gower Fairytales.. A number of years ago I was working with another storyteller called Peter Stevenson. He has a PHD in folklore and was researching in Aberystwyth archive library for a book he was writing. He came across fragments of really old fairytales from Gower … Read morePreserving the Old Gower Fairytales
Last Thursday was our busiest market yet at the Gower Heritage Centre. We have had torrential rainstorms, thunder and lightning and last night gale force winds but what a great turn out. Thank you to all the amazing craft artists, local food and drink producers and all the customers who supported us throughout August. Next … Read moreAugust Market at the Mill
Currently we are open between 10am and 4.00pm. The Bakery, Carpark, front tea garden and some craft activities will be open every day. You must pre- book craft activities using the online facility on this website or call the craft workshop direct. For Pottery call Kevin on 07813454628, for Bread Making call Chendore on 07890904359, Art classes call Katie, 07846115419, for Jewellery call Roberta 07713457320. … Read moreRE-OPENING UPDATE
Gower Unearthed is passionate about Heritage and outdoor learning we believe that our local heritage is an integral part of our rural community and education. Health and well-being are a key focus and as we explore the past we reconnect with our landscape, our sense of place and what defines us as individuals with a … Read moreSummer at the Gower Unearthed Roundhouse
This month we welcomed the arrival of four pedigree Ryeland sheep to Killan Fach Farm. They are already earning their keep by cutting down the grass in the solar park, keeping the property maintained. Enabling us to move forward with our biodiversity plans to create a multi-purpose use for the plot of land with both … Read moreThat’ll be ‘ewe keeping the grass shorn
Our Summer Market at the Mill was great fun last night, despite the rainy weather we had a large number of visitors. This was the first of 4 Summer Markets at the Mill with the next one scheduled for 5pm next Thursday. Book your ticket for the next one here.