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The Town Mill was built in the 17th century in the shadow of Strathaven Castle, another well known historic landmark. Known throughout the county for years as a focal point for community gatherings and particularly musical clubs and groups, It has had many uses throughout its life, even housing the local tourist information office for a short time.
The Arts and Heritage Centre was set up to bring back the good times to the Town Mill and reinstate it to its pomp as the local venue for the arts and local culture. Over the years we have made huge steps toward our goals, and continue to be committed to the the cause.
The rooms and halls of the Town Mill all have their own unique qualities and offer great venues for almost any event or ocassion. The Theatre is regularly used by the Old Mill Recording Studios a popular local music studio business that contributes greatly to the public perception of the centre as a musical venue. The Busy Bee's play group also meets several times a week and is a very popular destination for kids from Strathaven and the surrounding area. Other regular users include community groups like the Rankin File and the Young farmers.
As well as having the impressive setting of the main theatre at their disposal, many local bands chose to hire our Granary on an hourly basis as an alternative venue for rehearsal.
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