Sunday (Please Book)
Oriel Davies and Steve Attwood Wright’s weaving studio
A morning reception at the gallery to celebrate Steve Attwood Wright’s exhibition, with an “in conversation” in the gallery with his work.
Followed by an afternoon up at Steve’s studio, and weather permitting, a weavers walk. (Transport is NOT provided)
We don’t have a cafe onsite.
We have Cambrian Coffee van outside on the patio // Mae gennym fan Coffi Cambrian y tu allan ar y patio
The nearest places are:
Cultivate (open Friday and Saturday)
Costa Coffee (open Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Greggs (open Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Evans (open Friday and Saturday until 2pm)
Parkers (open Friday and Saturday until 3.30pm)
Market Hall (open Friday and Saturday)
Cafe Glitz (open Friday and Saturday until 3pm)
Local accommodation can be found at booking.com and airbnb.com and other websites. We are within easy reach of surrounding areas of Dolfor, Caersws, Bettws Cedewain, Abermule, Montgomery, Welshpool, Llanfair Caereinion
Oriel Davies is all on one level and is fully wheelchair accessible including an accessible toilet. We welcome conversations with visitors in advance of their visit to ensure your access needs are addressed.
The Textile Museum is housed in a converted 19th century woollen factory on four floors and has no lift. This means that access to the building for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility is restricted. There is level entry to the museum from the rear of the building which enables three of the museum’s rooms to be accessed. There is an audio-visual display in one of these rooms covering various aspects of the museum’s areas of interest in Welsh and English.
The upper floors of the Museum are accessible up a broad modern staircase and there are chairs available at every level.
The museum’s toilet at ground level is wheelchair accessible.
Steve Attwood Wright’s studio is at ground level, however since this is also his home, it is best to assume very limited access for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility. There is no accessible toilet. The walk will take place on the hillside above his home and is not accessible to wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.