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.

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

Monday, 30 October 2017


GIVEAWAY TIME FOLKS!

We are giving away x5 Saunders Waterford blocks!
All you have to do to enter is email: giveaway@stcuthbertsmill.com stating ‘Giveaway’ in the header. Please make sure to include your full name and address.

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The 5 lucky winners of this competition will each receive one of the following: Saunders Waterford High White CP(NOT) block (20 sheets), 300gsm(140lb), 310mm x 230mm (12’’X9’’). (RRP £27.48)

Deadline to enter: Monday, 6th November 2017, at 11.00am. The winners will be contacted via email after this date.

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Friday, 13 October 2017

Somerset Art Weeks Tours of St Cuthberts Mill


Cathy, Nicki, Kate and Kim

Somerset Art Weeks 2017 has now come to an end. This year’s festival celebrated St Cuthberts Mill opening its doors for the first time, to run exclusive tours of our historic paper mill. We also supported the Somerset Guild of Craftsmen’s event ‘Paper Prospects’. This saw artist Jonathan Blackmore run a popular free lino cut workshop, using Somerset paper from St Cuthberts Mill.



The guided tours of St Cuthberts paper mill provided a real insight into the world of papermaking for our visitors. Many had never seen how paper is made, especially using a mould machine that dates back to 1906. A vast number of visitors were surprised to see how much goes into the process, and how ‘hands on’ everything is.




Our members of staff met some truly wonderful people, and were happy to ensure that our tours were interesting and informative. We’ve had some fantastic feedback from the local community, and beyond.



Our tour guides Cathy, Kim, Kate and Nicola have all now returned to their day jobs as the tours have come to an end. We’d like to say a big ‘Thank you’ to everyone who came to the mill.