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Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen

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54 Scarva Road, Banbridge, Co Down, BT32 3QD
Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen

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Visit the last remaining Irish Linen weaver – Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen

A visit to Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen offers visitors a rare opportunity to see Irish Linen at its various stages of production. These include design, weaving, specialist cutting, hemming and ornamenting.

In our beautiful Linen Centre you can learn about the rich history of Irish Linen. We also offer a tour around the factory where you can see the actual production of our linens-sewer’s busy finishing unique tablecloths, weavers mastering the art of weaving and the thoughtful packaging process. Our knowledgeable tour guide will bring you closer the real history of Irish Linen.

Please book a tour in advanced via email or call our factory and ask for Nigel Spiers.

To view a demonstration visit.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHfwM6lOTZY

The Linen Centre also offers a unique shopping opportunity with a whole collection of lovely linen products you can choose from- tablecloths, bedsheets, handkerchiefs and more!

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Opening Times

* Linen Centre Opening Hours

• Monday - Thursday 9am - 4.30pm
• Friday 9am - 12.15pm

Please note that we are closed on the dates listed below:

21 April - 25 April 2014

25 August 2014

15 September - 19 September 2014

23 December - 02 January 2015

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