Walk-in fascinating guided tours 11.15, 13.00 & 14.45, every Thursday and 1st Sunday in the month. Groups 10+, Monday to Friday but you must book in advance. Our tour guides will reveal how simple yet intriguing, humble paper is.
We've got a whole heap of Autumn and dare I say Christmas events coming up! One of the next events is a new street food market hosted by Eat Local. Join us on 7 September 5-10pm for food and drink at the quirky location of Frogmore Paper Mill.
We hate to say it, but its nearly Back to School time!
We offer hands-on learning that is curriculum linked for primary and secondary groups. We cover the industrial revolution, water, materials and local studies. 1/2 day or whole day sessions. 10 - 60 students. Coach parking on site.
Running a book club, doing a sponsored activity or organising an appeal, could raise the funds that are needed to make roofs watertight, stop walls from crumbling, replace gutters and down-pipes, and the very many other day-to-day jobs that need doing, or even fund new initiatives. Help us with a social activity while having fun.
Frogmore Paper Mill is a registered charity and in order to, move forward; we need funds. We aim to offer an exciting experience for all who visit, whatever their interest or knowledge of paper; the interested general public, industry specialists and education groups. If you are willing to donate for a specific or general cause, we will be happy to receive it.
The Apsley Paper Trail charitable trust operates The Paper Trail Project at its two sites, Apsley Mills and Frogmore Mill. The project is run on a not-for-profit basis with the profits from all activities returned to the Trust in order to support the development and expansion of the project as a whole. This takes a lot of work and if you think you can help, please let us know.