Even better than John Lewis

You could buy this quality ‘lambswool throw’ on-line from John Lewis and take it on trust that the colours are stunningly beautiful and that it is soft to touch.

Melin Tregwyn throw from John Lewis

 

Tegfan visitors, however, are within easy reach of Melin Tregwynt where they can see the cloth being woven, feel the quality for themselves and be dazzled by the wonderful choice of colours and patterns in the mill shop.

A visit to the mill is free

Tregwynt Mill and will give you a chance to see their sheep,

Lambs at Melin Tregwynt

the stream that powered the water wheel,

the weaving shed

and an Aladdin’s cave of woven riches in the mill shop.

Melin Tregwynt

With thanks to Jane and Megan Snape who took these lovely photos on their recent visit to Tegfan

There’s even a cafe where you can combine refreshment with surreptitious glances at your purchases .

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About bookvolunteer

I'm passionate about books, about Oxfam and about making the world a better place. When I'm not filling the shelves in Oxfam Wilmslow, I might be found reading the books I've bought in the beautiful surroundings of North Pembrokeshire.
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