The grade II listed Leigh Spinners mill

Leigh Spinners Mill Development

The Leigh Spinners Mill is one of the finest mill buildings in the country and is Listed Grade II*. It remains in the original ownership but the building is under threat and is on the English Heritage Buildings at Risk

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Background

The Leigh Spinners Mill Development project offers the residents of Leigh and surrounding areas an exciting opportunity to develop new community, leisure and employment facilities in one of Leigh’s most important buildings. The Leigh Spinners Mill is a Grade II*

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Consultation

October 2017 – The website is currently being updated so please bear with us.   Details of the next meeting will be posted here soon. We still want Your Views As a community based organisation the Trust is now seeking

New community, leisure and employment facilities

The Leigh Spinners Mill project offers the residents of Leigh and surrounding areas an exciting opportunity to develop new community, leisure and employment facilities in one of Leigh’s most important buildings.

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Regeneration plans for Leigh Spinners Mill move one step closer with lottery bid

Regeneration plans for Leigh Spinners Mill move one step closer with lottery bid

PLANS to regenerate Leigh Spinners Mill have moved one step closer after the charitable trust behind[...]
Consultation Event for Future of Landmark a Success

Consultation Event for Future of Landmark a Success

From http://www.leighjournal.co.uk THE first consultation event to discuss a project to restore a[...]
Meeting called to discuss regeneration of Leigh Spinners mill

Meeting called to discuss regeneration of Leigh Spinners mill

From http://www.leighjournal.co.uk A NEWLY-formed regeneration trust is in need of help to save a[...]

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Heritage

A BRIEF HISTORY Leigh Spinners Mill is one of the largest cotton-spinning mills in Greater Manchester from the last generation of cotton mill building. It is a Grade II* listed building and notably, it is still partly in use as

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