New Mills Walk
New Mills Marina
New Mills lies where the rivers Sett and Goyt join to become one of the principal tributaries of the River Mersey. The rivers flow through the town in a spectacular gorge, the Torrs, home to the Millennium Walkway. The Peak Forest Canal also passes through the town with a well established marina at Newtown. Much of the district is rural with large parts in agriculture mainly cattle and sheep.
Areas around Rowarth and Ollersett Moor are within the Peak District National Park with excellent footpath links and some open access land. Its rural hinterland and gateway to the Peak District, and proximity to the Manchester conurbation makes New Mills a popular place for walkers. The town is particularly well connected by rail to Manchester, Stockport and Sheffield.
Considerable industrial activity still takes place in the New Mills area, with companies involved in confectionery, engineering, quarrying, haulage, design and IT development.
New Mills was designated High peak's first Fairtrade town in 2006. The town centre has a wide range of independent specialist shops, indoor and outdoor markets and professional services. Bus and rail services link the town centre with outlying areas and surrounding villages.
New Mills Town Hall Opening Hours
Office Opening Hours: 01663 743434
The Town Hall office is open 9:00am until 4:00pm Monday to Friday.
The Town Hall is open at other times outside office hours for functions and events as booked and advertised on the Council's website.
Registrar: 01629 533 686
The Registrar's office is open from 9:00am until 4:00pm on Monday, Tuesday,and Wednesday and 9:00am until 4:00pm on Friday. The Registrar's office is closed all day Thursday.
Citizens Advice: 0300 456 8390
The Citizens Advice office is open Tuesday and Thursday 10:00am-12:00pm (no appointment required) and 12:00pm-2:00pm (for pre-arranged appointments).
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Chapel Male Voice Choir are holding an exhibition and FREE concert at New Mills Town Hall. The exhibition features an extensive range of memorabilia, artifacts and service records, which appertain to the Great War in the High Peak. More »
It includes letters sent from the front, and from the home, and also articles from the local press. Local people are invited to attend, and our historian will be able to show relatives full details of their family's military service. The exhibition is on Friday 22nd February from 10 am until 4pm and Saturday 23rd February from 10am until 1pm.
The events culminate with a FREE concert at the Town Hall on the 23rd February at 7:30pm . this takes the form of an evening of popular songs, of the period, interspersed with a narrative featuring excerpts from letters exchanged between local soldiers and families , and also articles from the local Press.
The events also commemorate 100 years of Chapel Male Voice Choir, which was formed by returning servicemen in 1918. This is why the events are entitled " Combat to Choir ".