Conway Mill Preservation Trust
Conway Mill, built in around 1842, was one of the first linen spinning mills to be established on the Lower Falls Road.
Originally owned by James Kennedy and Sons of Clonard House, the family merged with McConnell to form the Falls Flax Spinning Company in 1865.
A new five-storey mill was erected between 1900 and 1910. Victorian and Edwardian architecture can be seen on the site.
The mill closed in 1972 and, since 1982, the complex has been used for local community, economic and social regeneration.
Although refurbishment is urgently required, Conway Mill is currently home to 44 enterprises and community organisations, including a craft retail and exhibition centre, which employs 14 craft workers.
Contact: Moya Hinds
5 - 7 Conway Street
Telephone: 028 9024 7276
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