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Rosefield Mills

A Future for Rosefield Mills - Dumfries

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Rosefield Mills is one of the most remarkable buildings in Dumfries. It is the last of the great woollen mills that once lined the Nith and occupies a significant place in Dumfries’ identity and heritage, but has been badly neglected for too long.

Rosefield Mills Project

In March 2017, Dumfries Historic Buildings Trust (DHBT) assembled a volunteer group to try to buy, restore, and bring this iconic building back to life for the benefit of the community.

The aims of the Project are:

  • To purchase, restore and re-open Rosefield Mills.
  • Find a new, sustainable and meaningful life for it, for the benefit of the Dumfries Community.
  • To make Rosefield Mills a building Dumfries can be proud of.

 

Read more about the Rosefield Mills Project here and how you can donate to save this historic building.

Interested in finding out more about the Rosefield Mills Project? Come along to one of our Community Consultation events or our drop-in exhibition in February.

 

 

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Community Engagement: Troqueer Primary School January 16th 2018

Community Consultation Event at the Stove Cafe – 20th December, 2017

UPDATE: Community Consultation Event Announcement