There is something for everyone at Coldharbour Mill
Culm Valley Light Railway Model(under refurbishment open summer 2016)
|The Culm Valley Light Railway was a standard gauge branch railway that ran for 7.5 miles from Tiverton Junction station on the Bristol to Exeter line, through the Culm Valley to Hemyock.
For Coldharbour Mill, this small but important line brought coal and raw materials to the Mill and also opened up markets in Bristol, London and beyond for finished goods.
Today we have a working model of the Culm Valley Light Railway that brings to life the train journey between villages in the heart of the Culm Valley.
Millenium Screen(under refurbishment open summer 2016)
|Measuring an impressive 6ft by 25ft the Culm Valley Millennium Screen is a modern 'tapestry' – a stunning display of mixed media portraying the life and landscape of the five local villages of Clayhidon, Hemyock, Culmstock, Uffculme and Willand that lie on the banks of the River Culm.
Originating from an idea from local men Jonathan Meads and Peter Reed, the Millennium Screen was created as one of five projects to celebrate the Millennium and create a lasting snapshot of the Culm Valley for future generations.
|Step into the fascinating world of dolls houses and be enthralled by our unique collection of beautifully hand-crafted and fully furnished Edwardian and Victorian dolls houses.
Each house tells a story, capturing precious family moments from bygone years. Our collection features houses that have been lovingly decorated inside and outside.