The 1912 Meeting Room

The 1912 Meeting Room is located in the 1912 Mill at Sunny Bank Mills. It is suitable for one-to-one interviews, business presentations and board meetings.



6 person contemporary handmade meeting table and oak chairs.

Wi-Fi access: see the code in the meeting space.

4 plug sockets contained in a floor box under meeting table.

Wall mounted monitor with HDMI cable fitted.

Toilets are in the lobby area adjacent to the meeting room and are fully accessible.

There are no refreshment facilities available in this space. There are several excellent food options around the mill.

Ample free onsite car parking: please park in any available marked visitor space around the mill. If they are all full, follow signs for the overflow car park behind the 1912 Mill, where there are plenty of unmarked spaces for use.

On arrival, please contact the Estate Office where you will be provided with a fob to access the floor and the meeting room itself.

Upon entering the site via the main entrance, the 1912 is the large mill building on your right-hand side. The meeting room is located on the second floor.



History fact

Edwin Woodhouse owned Sunny Bank Mills from 1881 until 1913. The 1912 Mill was the last building that he built and the first to be powered by electricity rather than steam. The 1912 Mill has had different uses over the years after it stopped being a spinning mill. Between 1988 and 2008, the whole mill was converted into television studios where Emmerdale and later Heartbeat were filmed.

Contact the Estate Office to book

The Estate Office