Jean Bellaby: a multi- talented volunteer

17th January 2019

Summer Holiday Activities - Keep the kids entertained


Congratulations Adrian


A First World War Centenary

24th April 2018

Cycle Race Passing through Belper

Saturday 10th June

Sylvan Exhibition extended


Woollen Woods Workshop - Belper Arts Trail


Museum's Opening Weekend 2017


Museum Closed During December and January


North Mill wins awards at the Derbyshire Heritage Awards Night


Calling all Local Artists and Makers

23rd October 2016

Discovery Day Events at Strutt’s North Mill

23rd October 2016

Summer Craft Competition - Wind the Bobbins Up

1st August 2016

Pyramus and Thisbe: A Participatory Performance

Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th July

500 small figures hidden at Mill

Launch Event - Saturday 14th May 6-8pm

Belper Arts Trail: Community Crafts at t' Mill

1st May

Saying goodbye

January 11th 2016

White Peak Writers visit the Mill

January 6th 2016

Christmas and New Year opening

December 28th

Food Festival success

7th December 2015

Christmas is coming

November 16th

Work at the Mill

November 5th 2015

Sweet Memories at the Mill

25th October 2015

Successful Museum Resilience Fund bid from Arts Council England

14 October

EMMS Stronger Museums programme


Volunteers' Association Trip

September 15th 2015

Heritage Open Days


Back to School


Local BBC TV and radio news raises concerns over condition of the North and East Mill


The Duke of Devonshire visits Belper North Mill

July 22 2015

Meet the Mill's new fundraising and volunteer support officer

July 7th 2015

University of Derby internships

26th June 2015

20th Anniversary Exhibition

June 2015

Belper Arts Trail: Community Crafts at t' Mill

by Tom Wyke

1st May

Belper Arts Trail: Community Crafts at t' Mill

Community Crafts at t' Mill:
At Strutt’s North Mill Museum on Sunday 1st and Monday 2nd May there will be a giant French Knitting Community Participation Activity inside the North Mill Museum during the Belper Arts Trail.
Visitors to the Mill will be able to participate in the creation of large sections of French Knitting, the results of which will be transformed into soft furnishings in the museum’s café area. We welcome the addition of any old/used wool from participants such as old jumpers that have reached the end of their lives and would like to be unpicked and become part of the project, so bring them in on the day or before.
During the Arts Trail you will also be able to have a go at weaving, and make some bookmarks or small place mats using recycled fabric, plastic and wool.
On Sunday 1st May see some wool spinners in action from the Derbyshire Guild of Weavers Spinners & Dyers."