Our next pop-up exhibition is the work of Tony Kitchell who has been living and painting in St.Davids, Pembrokeshire since 1981. This celebrates Pembrokeshire’s coast and sea life and is opening during Pembrokeshire Fish Week.
The summer solstice marking the first day of summer has been celebrated for thousands of years at the ancient monument of Stonehenge.
The ‘bluestones’ of Stonehenge come from the Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire so this month to celebrate the arrival of summer we’re offering you 30% off our Knot Garden in Bluestone throw.
Each month we feature a different fabric, so keep an eye out for your favorites in the next few months.
Our next pop-up exhibition is the work of Kate Kelly and provides a personal perspective of life in Pembrokeshire, particularly on the northern coastline.
The exhibition celebrates where the sea meets the land. Kate loves the challenge of capturing the ever-changing weather conditions such as dramatic cloud formations or skies streaked with light reflected in wet sand – her aim is to invite others to see the land / seascapes afresh and seek their own vision of our beautiful county.
The annual Melin Tregwynt sale is here again. A range of blankets, throws, cushions, clothing and home accessories will be available half-price.
Our cafe is open all weekend, we have live music on both days and a fantastic range of street food stalls. We’re looking forward to a fantastic weekend at the mill. Come and grab a bargain.