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How to find us...

Heal's Redbrick
218 Bradford Road
Batley
WF17 6JF

Phone: 0333 212 1915

From J40 on the M1 and J28 on the M62: Follow signs for Dewsbury, until you reach the inner ring road, then follow signs for Bradford by taking the A652 Bradford Road which passes under a large stone viaduct. Drive for approx. 0.5 miles and Redbrick is situated on the right.

From J27 on the M62: Take the A62 towards Dewsbury / Batley, then turn left onto the A652 Bradford Road. Drive for approx. 1.5 miles, and Redbrick is situated on the left. Parking is available for over 700 vehicles.

Store Information

Redbrick Mill store will close temporarily on Tuesday 23rd MArch at 4pm. A stylish edit of Heal’s lighting, furniture and homewares collections, our Redbrick Mill store is home to a range of exclusive and designer pieces from the likes of Tom Dixon, Ligne Roset, and Vitra.

Set against the chic industrial backdrop of a former Victorian mill, Heal’s Redbrick is rightly placed alongside a number of other leading interiors brands, with plentiful free parking, a choice of informal dining options and late night shopping on Thursdays.

Current Store Opening Hours
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed

About the building

redbrick mill bately

Built in the 19th century at the height of the British manufacturing empire, the original industrial features of this former Victorian textile mill provide the perfect setting for our contemporary design collections.

Following years of neglect, in the mid noughties this down at heel industrial estate was transformed into Yorkshire’s premier interior design destination.

Redbrick Mill Batley Interior Design Store

Available in store

Tom Dixon Melt Pendant
Melt by Tom Dixon

The molten form and finish of the Melt Mini captures the beautiful optic glow and organic shapes produced during traditional glass blowing.

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Eames Lounge Chair
The Eames Lounge Chair

The iconic lounge chair was designed to convey the impression of a well-used baseball glove, by Charles & Ray Eames, this sophisticated lounger offers comfort and style.

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