Warwick Mill is a Grade II Listed cotton mill constructed in 1907. Built towards the end of the Victorian era using by then well-established structural methodology of cast iron columns supporting wrought iron beams from which spring back jack arches to support the intermediate floors.
Middleton has an ancient and splendid history, that can be traced back to Anglo-Saxon times and beyond.
Early in the 17th and 18th century, Middleton’s development as a centre of commerce began as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Since then, Middleton was famous for its large cotton mills with tall chimneys and the gram streets of close packed terraced housing. The city was also well known for its silk industry, with cotton manufacturing.