Holmfield Mills is a collection of mill buildings whose origins date from pre Victorian times.

Originally built by a number of entrepreneurs primarily for worsted spinning this site was chosen because of Strines Beck which supplied the water for steam generation. The mills became under one ownership from 1929 and were known as Smith Bulmers and employed up to 600 people at its peak. The mills were split up and sold off in the 1980’s.

In 1997 Kino & Company Ltd purchased the White Rose Mill part of the site and the rest of Holmfield Mills in 2005. This year Netherton Mill has been purchased to reunite the site.

Holmfield Mills now boasts a multitude of leisure facilities, work space and high quality offices and is ever evolving to meet the needs of the 21st Century. Combined with first-rate facilities, extensive parking and 24 hour security, the semi rural location of the mills provides the perfect community for every type of enterprise.