The Boardroom is an elegant room dating from the 1920s with original features and provides the ideal space for meetings away from your office or home.
It is located in the Sandsgate building, with the door found on Farsley Town Street. Press the buzzer for the Estate Office for access. Once the meeting is set up, visitors can press the buzzer for the meeting room, and you can buzz them in. You do not need a key for meetings between 9am and 5pm – if you need to run late, a key can be provided by separate arrangement with the Estate Office.
6-8 seater mahogany board room table
Adaptable room layout
Wi-Fi access: see the code in the Boardroom
8 wall mounted power sockets
Ensuite toilet facilities
Coffee and tea facilities (self service) provided. There are several food options around the mill
Large windows giving excellent natural light
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.
Monitor / projection facilities on request
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.