Made Beautifully Here is back for 2019

Made Beautifully Here is back. This celebration of making brings you a luxurious marketplace of beautiful things from some of the finest makers in the county and beyond. Food, drink and live music set in the stunning South Pennines.

There’s a fantastic line-up of lovely companies joining us here at Upper Mills, including:

Joshua Ellis
McNair Shirts
Hiut Denim 
Antich Fine English Tailors
Anna-Lisa Smith
Olicana Textiles
The Secret Shed Company
The Guild Jewellers
Huddersfield Screenprinting Co
Schofield & Smith
Hope Bespoke Millinery
The Proverbial Hare
Huddersfield Cloth
Karen Howarth Ceramics
The Level Collective
Otso Clothing
Sylvi Gibbs

There’ll also be live music and delicious food and drink from RumpusThe Handmade Bakery, White Peak Distillery, Dark Woods CoffeeCharlotte’s Jersey Ice Cream and Empire Brewery.

The event will be taking place alongside the first ever Woven Festival organised by Kirklees and brings together the whole community to celebrate the region’s incredible textile industrial heritage as well as the vibrant local arts and crafts scene.

Big Knit Yarn Bomb will be taking place also on 8th June. They’ll be heritage guided walks and pop up exhibitions.

On Sunday 9th June, Wild About Wool will be transforming their studio at the Watershed in Slaithwaite into a pop up yarn market. There will be an exciting collective of stall holders. Further information about about all the events can be found at

Entry is free.

Saturday 8 June 10am-5.30pm
Upper Mills, Canal Side, Slaithwaite,
Huddersfield HD7 5HA

Keep an eye on the Facebook page for all the latest information.

Travel and accommodation

If you are coming from further afield and would like to make a weekend of it, there’s the friendly Spinning Mill B&B in the village famed for its homemade cake. A stone’s throw away, there’s the Olive Branch with lovely pennine views. The Three Acres in Shelley is also a fantastic option and is just a few miles from Slaithwaite.

If you fancy leaving the car at home on the day, you can get the train to Slaithwaite and the station is just a couple of minutes walk away. There are regular connections to Manchester and Leeds. Parking will probably be quite tight around the mill so we would recommend trying the public car parks in the village.


Upper Mills