Three Sixty fits historic Broadstone Mill with new café, commercial kitchen and more
- Three Sixty, a profit-for-purpose construction company recently fitted a new café, commercial kitchen and toilets in historic Broadstone Mill
- Angelica’s Café opened this month on the first floor of the shopping outlet
- Broadstone Mill was completed in 1907 and was once the largest cotton spinning mill in the world
In its heyday, Broadstone Mill was at the epicentre of Manchester’s bustling cotton industry; today it houses a shopping outlet, cafés and a business centre.
Three Sixty recently handed over completion of a new café, commercial kitchen and toilets on the mill’s first floor. Space from the men’s department was reclaimed to make room for the shop. A move that will undoubtedly delight the mill’s customers.
The new café, Angelica’s, serves a selection of tea and coffee, savoury delights and sweet treats, fortifying shoppers and providing another space in which the community can gather.
Phil Pemberton, Three Sixty’s Chair of the Board, says: ‘At Three Sixty, we love projects like this! Broadstone Mill serves the heart of the Reddish community and as a company with a foundation in social housing, communities are important to us. Projects where we get to improve the lives of members of a community are always special. We cannot wait to see this café grow and become a vital component of Reddish.’