Old Miners’ Bath House is now home to local artists

Posted on 28th September 2017 | in Adult/evening classes , Community , News

Old Bath House exterior

After years of lying dormant and falling into disrepair the Old Miners Bath House in North Broomhill is getting life breathed into it once more.

The iconic red bricked building built in the late 50’s for miners and their families to shower in has been bought privately and is taking on a new lease of life.

Artists are taking up residence in the building and the owner is keen to develop the site as an artists hub.

Already a print-maker, sculptor , sign writer, carpenter and  glass artist have moved in.

Glass workshops are one of the crafts in the new venue

This promises to be the start of something very worthwhile, both for the local community and visitors to Northumberland.

If you get a chance pop down to the glass studio which is open to the public Tuesday to Saturday 10 till 4pm and you will receive a very warm welcome.

location of the Old Bath House

The Bath House is situated on the site of the old Shark Survival wetsuit company, just off Station Rd. NE65 9UJ


This article has been amended as the official opening is invitation only

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