Eskdale Mill is a Grade II* listed building and is the last remaining working water powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park. Nestled in the picturesque Eskdale valley its history can be traced back at least to 1547. The Mill is operated as a visitor attraction by the Eskdale Mill & Heritage Trust registered as a company limited by guarantee and a charity.
The Trust are seeking to recruit Trustees who can bring new skills into the management team such as business development, income generation, tourism, education, human resources, and volunteer management. However, the team would be interested to hear from anyone who would like to support the attraction in celebrating the industrial and social heritage of the valley.
If you are interested in helping Eskdale Mill develop, then email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Kate Hughes, the mill manager on: 01946 723335
For more information, please see www.eskdalemill.co.uk/our-charity