New Mills

Here you will find a wealth of information relating to The Masonic Hall in New Mills, and a little about the town and local facilities.

New Mills Masonic Hall

The Masonic Hall is located at:

The Masonic Hall,
Union Road,
New Mills.  SK22 3ES

Masonic use focuses on three Lodges that meet here:

Getting there

By Car
st205At the confluence of the rivers Goyt and Sett, New Mills sits North of the A6 (Derby to Stockport), on the A6015 (New Mills to Hayfield), about ten miles East of the M60 at Stockport.  The Masonic Hall is situated a couple of hundred yards North up Union Road (effectively the ‘High Street’) from the A6015 (Albion Road), which is the main road from the A6 to Hayfield. There is a small car park at The Masonic Hall, and local on-street parking is somewhat limited.

If you have a SatNav, please enter these coordinates: 53.364721, -2.001313 for precise directions.

By Train
flying-scotsmanAmazingly, New Mills is serviced by two lines and two stations. New Mills Central railway station is on the Hope Valley Line between Manchester Piccadilly and Sheffield. New Mills Newtown station on the Buxton to Stockport and Manchester line. Full timetable, prices and tickets can be obtained from National Rail Enquiries. The Central railway station is five minutes walk from the Hall by turning left out of the door, heading up the hill to Hague Bar Road roundabout, exiting left and left again down Station Road, the platforms are on the right. New Mills Newtown station is ten minutes walk – right out of the hall down the hill to the end of Union Road, right along Albion Road, over one set of railway lines and Sett and the station is through a blue gate on the left.

Tut TutKinder Cars: 01663 743333
High Peak: 01663 744448
New Mills Cabs: 01663 746606
Grabba Cab: 01663 74088

By AirConcord
New Mills, being in the Northwest of  Derbyshire is about sixty five miles from East Midlands Airport, eighty three miles from Birmingham Airport and sixteen miles from  Mancheater Airport.


The Masonic Hall has very limited car parking with somewhat limited adjacent street parking; but there is a 60 vehicle capacity Public Pay & Display a couple of hundred yards away at Torr Top Street.

Petrol stationsNodding Donkey

The nearest fuel station is Esso, a mile or so westbound on the A6 just before entering the town of Disley.

Banking services

Directly opposite the Masonic Hall is the:


  • NatWest

Turning left out of the Masonic Hall, a fifty yard walk leads to:

  • Lloyds

While a stroll of a further seventy five yards to Rock Mill Lane, on the opposite pavement again leads to:

  • Barclays

Local accommodation

The details below are oTentnly based on an internet search to save you a little time. This is not an exhaustive listing and of course, both details and ‘quality’ may vary. These are not recommended as such, or have been evaluated. If, however you feel one or more of these entries should be removed, the details edited, or you have additional suggestions please let us know.


The Pack Horse Inn,  Mellor Rd, New Mills.  SK22 4QQ.  01663 742365
The Albert Hotel, 75, Buxton Road, Disley.  SK12 2HA.  01663 764552
The Sycamore Inn,  Sycamore Road, Birch Vale.  SK22 1AB.  01663 743561


Twiggy’s Bed & Breakfast, 86, Hague Bar Road, New Mills.  SK22 3AR.  01663 745036
Will Hey Farm, Watford Lane New Mills.  SK22 4EN.  01663 740894
Bower Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Whitle Fold, Appletree Road, New Mills.  SK22 4EF.  01663 744321

Self Catering

Peak Cottage, 115, Kinder Road, Hayfield.  SK22 2LE.  01608 810366
CraigMore Holiday Cottage, 123, Kinder Road, Hayfield.  SK22 2LE.  07855 458923

Camping & Caravaning

Hayfield Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Kinder Road, Hayfield.  SK22 2LE.  01663 745394
Linnet Clough,  Gibb Lane, Mellor.  SK6 5NB.  0161 427 1688
Ringstones Caravan Park, Yeardsley Lane, Furness Vale.  SK23 7EB.  01663 735248

New Mills

The town of New Mills stands above the Torrs, a 70 foot (21 m) deep gorge, cut through Woodhead Hill Sandstone of the Carboniferous period. It is towards the north-western edge of the Peak District, England’s first national park.

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