Finch Foundry

Inside Finch Foundry, Devon

Learn about Victorian industry in Sticklepath 

To have all your questions answered about the history of Finch Foundry a visit is a must, but this will give you an idea.


Upcoming events

Halloween fun at Finch

Sun 27 Oct 2019
The fiery furnaces of Finch present a spooky backdrop for some scary stories and a fun Halloween trail. Donations towards the story teller welcome.

St Clement's Day

Sat 23 Nov 2019
Celebrate the patron saint of blacksmiths with us, with blacksmiths from all over converging to compete and have some fun. There will be demonstrations, competitions, big bangs, items for sale and mulled apple juice to keep out the cold.
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Delicious cream tea

The best service station off the A30 

The tea-room's a good place to have a break from your journey, or meet up with family and friends. We're open from 11am - 5pm with last orders at 4.30pm.

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Gifts for all

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Our work

Ben Shapcott, Foundry Manager, Finch Foundry, Devon

A typical day, or not so typical day 

A Foundry Manager needs a myriad of skills and great flexibility to face the challenges of an average day.

 Newly planted flowerbed coming to life, Finch Foundry, Devon

A garden of two parts 

Find out more about the history of the garden at Finch.

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The Finch's

Shearing hook on display at Finch Foundry, Devon

Tools for the job 

A tool for every job.

Tools on display at Finch Foundry, Devon

The missing 34 years 

What happened to Finch Foundry when the Finch family business closed down?

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Art and collections

Rebecca's chair, Finch Foundry, Devon

Rebecca's chair 

Rebecca Finch owned and ran Finch Foundry from 1885 to 1891. Although this was a short period of time, Rebecca made big changes to the business.

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Finch Foundry on the National Trust Collections website