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What: Historic Mill Site
Where: On the London Road (A419)
Then: The name comes from the family who owned the site for at least two centuries. The mill was originally used for cloth production, then converted to a saw mill and later, was used for making umbrella sticks
Now: The site now consists of three late 19th century brick buildings occupied by Bailey Paints, a fitness centre, art and antiques

Griffin's Mill takes its name from the family which owned it for at least two centuries, between 1599 (when it is first recorded) and about 1799.

Until c.1838, cloth was manufactured at the mill. It was then converted into a saw mill and by 1856 part of the site had been converted to the production of umbrella sticks by the Hooper family. This continued until at least 1935. Another part of the mill was occupied by Tylers Ltd., cabinet makers, who remained there until 1956 or later.

The mill now consists of three substantial late 19th century brick buildings, occupied by Bailey Paints, a fitness centre, art and antiques.

From January 2016, this website is managed by Stroud Local History Society