A mindfulness and wellbeing company is the latest company to announce it’s moving in to Farsley’s flourishing Sunny Bank Mills complex.
LSW London is relocating from the capital and is taking studio space in the recently refurbished Red Lane Mill.
During the past ten years family owned Sunny Bank Mills has been transformed into a modern office and mixed-use complex for the 21st century, creating 400 sustainable new jobs.
Lili Sinclair-Williams, the founder and creative director of LSW London, said:
“The location of Sunny Bank Mills in the centre of Farsley is perfect for us. We moved to the area in June 2020 and the mill has been a real draw for us – with its range of restaurants, bars, cafes and other exciting businesses. We’ve visited numerous times to enjoy all that SBM has to offer.
“We’ve experienced rapid growth in the past 18 months that has taken us from 30 stockists in the UK to over 600 stockists in 20 countries around the world. Over the next three years, we are going to expand our team, significantly increase our inventory levels and grow our distribution network – and we see Sunny Bank Mills as the perfect location to make this happen.
“Using my expertise as a therapist, I wanted to create wellbeing tools that were easy to use and accessible for everyone. Focusing on positive habits we repeat daily, I curated my favourite techniques into our first product, LSW Mind Cards. Today we have a full range of wellbeing and mindfulness products – including journals, cards and notebooks – selling in 20 countries around the world.”
Sunnybank joint managing director John Gaunt welcomed LSW London to Farsley and added: “Our efforts are now firmly focused on refurbishing the remaining space in the iconic 1912 Mill with 14,000 sq ft of quality office space over two floors available to let in a variety of configurations.”
LSW London was established in the capital in 2017.