Derby Silk Mill Museum

Derby Silk Mill Museum

The original Mill was built between 1717 and 1721 by industrialist John Lombe to house his Italian-inspired machinery, which he used to create thread from silk fibres. The foundations of the Mill still exist and the building is recognised as the first factory in the world, the launch pad for the Industrial Revolution and a gateway to the Derwent Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Derby Silk Mill Museum

Silk Mill Lane
Derby

Horaires d'ouverture

Thursday 3-9pm; Friday 1-5pm; Saturday 1-5pm; Sunday 11am-3pm

L'équipe

Diana Pearce
Admin
Alistar Dean
Fab Lab
Dominic Cushnan
Tech Shop
Raphael Chanay
Facilitator organiser
Catherine Jones
Web Team
Francois Allot
Web Team
Will Stanley
PR/Social Media
Eric Huang
PR/Social Media
Hannah Griffiths
PR/Social Media
Chris Webb
Logistics
Susan Palmer
Welcome Team/Catering
Diana Pearce
Welcome Team/Catering
Kathleen McIlvenna
Evaluation
Cath Freely
Evaluation
Rosie Clarke
Community Manager
Mark MacLeod
Funding
Matt Edwards
Filming
Paul Hutchinson
Filming
Abbie Vickress
Graphic Designer
Andrea Mercer
Derby - Museum Project Coordinator
Steve Smith
Derby - Museum Tech
Emma Hallam
Derby - Museum PR/Social Media/Web
Kim Miller
Derby - Museum Site Manager
Hannah Fox
Derby - Museum Director
Jonathan Wallis
Derby - Museum Historian
Mar Dixon
Project Coordinator

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