A low carbon workspace with a community feel
Halton Mill is an environmentally friendly and ethical business hub near Lancaster, based in a beautiful location on the banks of the River Lune. We offer a vibrant and inspiring environment in which small businesses, social enterprises, community based organisations, artists, craftspeople and freelancers can flourish.
As well as private offices, studios and workshops, there is space in a shared office and a shared studio, and a community Makerspace. We also have a meeting room, performance area, and event space for hire. Find out what space is currently availability.
Events and courses
DRAMA @ THE MILL – “Eat Me, Drink Me, Buy Me!” at 19:00 with theatre company Three Mugs of Tea. Free, donations welcome.
Baksheesh are a Balkan gypsy wedding band who bring the party wherever they play… from fast swinging eastern dance tunes to unique takes on classic pop & rock songs, slow waltzes and even a bellydancer to set the pulses racing!
The Stonybank Duo have just moved down from Scotland to Bolton Le Sands – their music is a magical blend of original/French and Balkan songs and tunes played on Bulgarian tambura and accordion.
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Halton Mill is owned by Lancaster Cohousing, a pioneering eco community which has recently opened next to the Mill. Green Elephant, a not for profit co-operative, manages the Mill. As well as providing affordable managed workspace in offices, workshops and studios, we support our tenants by providing business support and advice, networking opportunities and by promoting their work. Tenants automatically become members of the co-operative and so have the opportunity to influence the running of Halton Mill.
Halton Mill is in the village of Halton, three miles north of Lancaster. There is a well-lit cycle path from Lancaster and regular buses from Lancaster city centre which stop in the village, about ten minute’s walk from Halton Mill. Exit 34 of the M6 is about a mile away. Click here for Google map and Click here for a downloadable map including cycle route, bus stops and map of the Mill itself.