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Raise a glass? New cafe bar planned for Farsley Town Street

Thriving Farsley Town Street could be boosted by the introduction of a new cafe bar, if Leeds City Council approve a new planning application.

Applicant Sunny Bank Mills has applied for a change of use from physiotherapy clinic to cafe/bar, and minor alterations to the building, which is part of the 1912 mill.

The new proposals, which would see the cafe/bar based across from the Mill Kitchen and Grumpy’s bar and pizza restaurant, can be viewed in full here.

The plans come a week after Sunny Bank Mills landlords William and John Gaunt revealed plans to transform The Old Woollen mill area in the middle of the site into a a performance space and gallery, with the option for tenants or performance teams to provide visitors with refreshments.

The move is the latest phase in the multi-million pound regeneration of the former mill site. Sunny Bank Mills is home to many small but varied businesses from photographers, graphic designers and joiners to physios and a social enterprise business.


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