St Cuthberts Mill are experts in manufacturing high quality artists papers. Our accomplished papermakers carefully make professional mould made papers, using one of the few remaining cylinder mould machines left in the world.

Contact us for more info!

Tel: +44 (0)1749 672015 Email: sales@stcuthbertsmill.com

Thursday, 24 April 2014

The Next Generation


St Cuthberts Mill has recently taken on five new apprentices! The apprenticeship is a PMO Level 2 qualification. PMO stands for Performing Manufacturing Operations. The apprenticeships are all in association with Bridgwater College in Somerset.

Nicola Dobson, St Cuthberts Mill Apprentice


Each of the apprentices are learning papermaking skills from our expert team here at the mill. Nicola Dobson (pictured) is one of our apprentices. Nicola has been learning a wide range of skills, and closely following our Quality Control Manager and Paper Chemist. After talking to Nicola she informed me of the types of procedures she has been learning. She has been quality control testing, testing incoming pulps, arranging samples and testing Zeta potentials. Zeta potential is testing system changes for optimum chemical retension within paper. 


More to come soon! We’ll keep you updated on their progress!

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Supporting Artists and Art Societies


St Cuthberts Mill prides itself on understanding artists and their creativity. We recognize the need to be supportive and appreciate the work it takes to get your art ‘out there’.


We support artists in many ways. Both online and through tutoring groups. We also have a ‘St Cuthberts Mill Award’ where we provide a prize for exhibitions. St Cuthberts Mill Awards have recently been presented to The Royal Watercolour Society, The Society of Botanical Artists, Bath Society of Artists, Royal West of England Academy and the Artists Publishing Company. 


'Towards Bath' by Soraya French. Mixed media on Saunders Waterford HP paper. 


We also provide support by sharing artists work on our social media pages. These being Facebook, twitter, Pinterest and google+. If you would like to share your work, please send copies of your work in ‘jpg’ format. Include a brief description and your web/facebook details too. 

Either send via facebook or email Kim Lintern at: klintern@stcuthbertsmill.com


Dominic Cooper, Papermaker

Incorporate @StCuthbertsMill #Paperlicious into your posts and tweets too guys. 
We’ll find you and your artwork to share!  






Friday, 4 April 2014

Saunders Waterford® Watercolour Paper

Would you like to try some samples? If so, please email: klintern@stcuthbertsmill.com