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Our heritage runs deep.

Textiles have been manufactured at County Brook Mill for over 200 years. Four generations of the Mitchell family have owned County Brook Mill since 1907, but our family extends beyond the owners. Our close team of highly-skilled artisans work hard to continue our legacy of craftsmanship and innovation, inspired by heritage textiles and new technologies. Some of our skilled craftsmen and women have been creating fine textiles with us for as long as 40 years, helping tradition to thrive.

The name County Brook Mill comes from the brook which once fed our mighty water wheel, powering more than 400 looms at its peak in 1936.

The name County Brook Mill comes from the brook which once fed our mighty water wheel, powering more than 400 looms at its peak in 1936.

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COUNTY BROOK MILL

This brook lay on the historic county line, separating wool-rich Yorkshire and the booming cotton industry of Lancashire. Inspired by the strength and beauty of both county’s textiles, County Brook has historically woven worsted, mixed goods and cottons as early as 1860, and we still continue this tradition today.

The quality woven textiles we’ve crafted over the past century have become part of many British institutions, from haircloth for Saville Row to deckchair fabric for the Royal Parks. Under the commission of our parent company Mitchell Interflex we’ve also developed decades of experience creating millions of yards of interlinings for curtains and technical industrial fabrics made to highly accurate specifications.

COUNTY BROOK MILL,
FOULRIDGE,
COLNE,
LANCASHIRE.
BB8 7LT