Every second Sunday of the month 9 am to 2 pm
FARMERS MARKET in the Museum's community gallery and possibly stalls outside. Free.
Farmers Markets organised by the “Friends” of the Museum. Currently every second Sunday in the month. Free entry. One stall/gazebo sometimes outside the museum entrance with other stalls inside the community gallery. Products can change but there are usually breads, cheeses, olives, teas, coffees and chocolates often of high “artisan” quality. Well worth a visit!
(Please text or ring Oliver on 07761 261349 or ring Oliver on 01457 873590 should you wish to book a stall for this event.)Every second Sunday of the month
|Uppermill Farmers Market (9 Aug 2020)|
|Uppermill Farmers Market (13 Sept 2020)|
|Uppermill Farmers Market (11 Oct 2020)|
|Uppermill Farmers Market (8 Nov 2020)|
|Uppermill Farmers Market (13 Dec 2020)|
There is a local railway station situated 3/4 mile from the museum at Greenfield. Greenfield station is on the Manchester Victoria / Huddersfield line.
Take the 184 from Manchester, Oldham and Huddersfield and from Ashton take the 350. We advise you to check before travelling.
The museum is located next to the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Lock 21 with mooring facilities next to the museum at Wade Lock, Uppermill.
Currently the nearest trams go into Oldham and Ashton-under-Lyne.
The Museum is on the main road through Uppermill (A670), 13 miles from central Manchester, 13 miles from Huddersfield and approximately 20 miles from Leeds.
Saddleworth Museum: -We are located beside the main road in Uppermill (A670), 13 miles from central Manchester and 13 miles from Huddersfield.
If you are travelling on the M62 from the west take Junction 20 and follow signs for Oldham (A627M) then brown signs “Saddleworth Tourist Attractions”. If you are travelling from the east on the M62 leave at Junction 22, turn left, then turn left in Denshaw village and follow signs to Uppermill. If you are travelling from the south on the M60 leave at Junction 23 and follow signs for Ashton, Mossley and Uppermill.
Although there is a parking area immediately outside the museum, parking can be difficult in Uppermill. Parking spaces are often available a 15-minute walk away at the Saddleworth Pool and Leisure Centre, Station Road, Uppermill, Oldham OL3 6HQ
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