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  • oak twine stand
  • Plant Dibbers
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Welcome to Creamore Mill

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Bestsellers

Wellington Boot Rack - 3 pair

Wall mounted 3-pair boot rack in oak with keyhole fixings

Bishop Twine Stand (cutter) 250g Natural

8"/20cm tall stand with a built in twine cutter and ball of jute.

Shaker Peg Rail Oak 4 Peg

Oak shaker design 4-peg rail with keyhole fixings

Boot Jack - Oak

Oak boot jack with turned feet

Latest News

  • 6th February 2016

    Welcome to Creamore Mill

    March 2016 will round up 35 years of Creamore Mill and we celebrate this with the launch of our latest website. It is designed to serve as a reference and order point for our trade account holders. Public users will find product, brand and stockists information here (online and high street retailers).

    We hope you enjoy browsing and look forward to supplying you. If you have any trade related enquiries, don't hesitate to get in touch with the team.

    Our next trade exhibition will be:
    Top Drawer, London Olympia, 11th - 13th September 2016

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About Us
 

Creamore Mill is a design and woodturning workshop located in rural Shropshire, England. We create an innovative range of functional home and garden accessories which evoke traditional style. Our outlet is mainly through independent retailers across the UK and overseas.

Established by John Buckland in 1981, operations began in a ten foot square former wash house at the family’s previous home with a handful of tools and a wood lathe, and working locally sourced timber. Through this initial period a selection of designs came to the fore and developed the focus of the business.

Having soon run out of space the family moved to Creamore Mill which was formerly both a corn and wood mill dating back many generations. Taking on the Mill in a state of disrepair was a great opportunity, and the renovations carried out revived the Mills past association with woodworking and turning.

Steady improvement led to more mechanisation which is tempered by the high degree of hand work still practiced. Seeing progress from design through to despatch under one roof holds the artisan approach true. Read More