SO MUCH CHOICE…….SO MUCH QUALITY!
Have you visited Lamberts Mill recently? No? Well, you are in for a real treat then! Gifts, clothing, furniture are constantly being added to by new ranges and exciting new products.
The SHOPPING EXPERIENCE is enhanced by the relaxed atmosphere – no hard sell here from the experienced and friendly staff!
On entering Lamberts Mill your first thought will be “WOW! What a massive selection of beds and sofas!” and, whilst you would be right, that is only a small part of what is on offer:
The ground floor contains an extensive range of carpets and vinyl flooring to suit all budgets, beds and bedroom furniture and a large range of fabric and leather sofas and chairs. Rossendale’s only Shoe Museum keeps you in touch with the Valley’s prime industrial heritage. Lamberts Mill is also home to a specialised upholstery and re-upholstery service – ask for details!
Take the stairs (or the lift) to the first floor and the Mill suddenly becomes a shoppers delight packed with:
Toyworld Toys from 99p / Handbags by Rageara / Shoes (by Hotter and other fashion brands) / Preview Clothing / Gillian Rose Curtains and blinds / Home made textiles and bedding / Local Photos from Paul Whitehead / Picture framing / Skelwith art gallery / Ballet and Tap dancing shoes / Essentially Natural / Inner Calm / Terry Spruce Wood Turner / Fossils and Crystals / Free Wishes hand made cards / Embroidery / Kaboodle Gift Shop / Jewellery / Candles / Vases / etc.
The food court includes delicacies from Mr Fitzpatricks / Mike’s homemade jams and chutneys / Lancashire Sauce (including homemade crisps) / Stockleys Sweet Shop / Farmhouse biscuits.
But a visit to Lamberts Mill would not be complete without sampling homemade food at its best: Annie Peaches Tea Room is on the first floor and provides the highest quality breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea to savour in the Tea Room or take away. Ask for details of their outside catering.
With Free Parking, Disabled access and a lift to the Tea Rooms and first floor – Lamberts Mill is well worth a re-visit!