Visiting our watermill is fun and informative but above all, inspiring. Watch our millers produce our range of wholemeal flours, follow the leat from its source and listen to the water working its magic. Then take a stroll through our beautiful Mill garden. Why not finish the visit with a coffee and cake in our on site cafe and purchase some freshly baked bread to take home with you.
We are open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm
Tours are only informal at the moment due to the ongoing Covid situation and are at the miller's discretion on the day of your visit. We hope to reintroduce our formal tours again soon.
We are continuing to mill flour. Please follow the link below find out how and where to purchase your flour.
Stepping back in time and learning some of the skills of a traditional miller is great fun! Our Taste of Milling experience teaches you how to make flour using our 200 year old water mill. The experience is informal, exciting and definitely a bit different! And at the end of the session you made a bag or two of wholemeal flour to take home.
A fantastic opportunity to show children the science behind where bread comes from. Learn about how grain is grown, how flour is ground and how to make some dough. A hands-on opportunity to pick and plant, touch, smell and taste and weigh and measure – we aim to make our educational visits as interactive and fun as possible. “Better than Pokemon” was the verdict of one young visitor! Suitable for school and recreational groups.
For more information or to make a booking.
Call - 01874 711352
Email - email@example.com
We welcome group visits and can tailor your tour to match the number of people in the group and time you have for your visit. Enjoy a guided tour of the Mill with one of our expert volunteer guides, stroll through our gardens and browse the selection of local products available in our Craft Shop.
Discounted admission rates apply for parties of 15 or over.
For more information or to make a booking:
Call – 01874711352
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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