Opening hours

Christmas to
28 February
Closed

March
Seven days a week,
10.00 - 4.00

April to late October
Seven days a week,
9.00 - 5.00

Late October to Christmas
Tuesday-Sunday,
10.00 - 4.00

Site updated
5 April 2017

AUDLEM MILL

on the Shropshire Union Canal in south Cheshire

Canal Shop       Gifts       Needlework Shop       Events


Historic Boats


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ABACUS DESIGNS

needlework kits and crafts



EVENTS AT AUDLEM MILL

Paintings and embroidered pictures by
Sheila M Webster
Permanent exhibition by Audlem artist

Canal Art Exhibition
About 150 paintings, linocut prints and photographs from 15-20 artists
2 - 29 April

Steam Punk Costume
Exhibition by Audlem costume maker Monique Hollinshead
22 May - 30 July

Gathering of Historic Boats
29/30 July
About 35 ex-working boats

Textile Exhibition
by Fiona Nisbet
Autumn - dates to be confirmed
Location

By canal

At Audlem Wharf, on the Shropshire Union Canal, roughly half-way between Nantwich and Market Drayton.  The Mill is just above Lock 13 of the Audlem flight of 15 locks, and close to Bridge 78.

By road

The entrance to Audlem Wharf is off the A525 (Whitchurch - Newcastle-under-Lyme road), at the western end of the village centre, between the canal bridge and the Bridge Inn.  The Mill is a short way down on the right, just before you get to the Shroppie Fly pub.

If there is no space by the Mill, then you should be able to park in the free public car park in Cheshire Street, a very short distance from the village centre, off the A529 towards Nantwich.  This is only a few minutes walk from Audlem Mill.
There are public toilets in the car park.

Blue badge holders - we can reserve the parking space by the entrance, if requested in advance.
A525
Whitchurch
A525
Newcastle-
under-Lyme
Public car
park/toilets

Audlem
Mill
A529
Market Drayton
Canal to
Nantwich
Canal to
Market Drayton
A529
Nantwich
OS Grid Reference
SJ 658 435

Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.