Mill House Gallery

Mill House Gallery

“It’s important to me that the gallery is informal and relaxing, so that everyone feels at ease; where people with no intention to buy feel just as welcome as anybody else!”
James opened the Mill House Gallery in 1997 and it has been his main exhibition space ever since. When not on location, James works from his studio within the premises, accompanied by his Springer Spaniel, Jess. Now in its 22nd year, the gallery continually displays James’ newest paintings as well as his extensive range of limited edition prints.
In a beautiful location on the bank of the Leeds Liverpool canal, the gallery is set in an 18th century stone windmill and the adjoining mill building. 
Over the years the gallery has expanded from two small rooms to the entire building totalling nearly 5000 square feet. There are seven large display rooms; from the windmill tower with it’s imposing stone walls, to the more modern and newly renovated ground floor, the character of the space changes and presents the pictures in a range of different settings.
There is ample parking, several nice places to eat and pleasant walks along the canal, all on the doorstep of the gallery, so do allow a few hours when you visit! See below for more information.
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t: 01257 462333


The Mill House Gallery
The Old Windmill, Mill Lane, Parbold, Lancashire, WN8 7NW

Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday 9.30am – 5.30pom


See inside - Please use numbers on the right (1,2,3) to change floors.

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