The fully restored and operational machinery in this 19th century watermill on the banks of the River Till still produces high quality stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat, as well as milling rye and spelt flour.
A registered museum, the mill is open to the public daily from late March until the end of October, and during winter by appointment. Visitors can watch the milling process from grain to flour and buy the products in the adjoining gift shop. The mill is packed with information about milling over the centuries and there's a Victorian cottage where kids and adults can dress up and discover more about life in Victorian times.
Visitors of all ages and interests are fascinated by this beatiful building. With so much to explore and discover, including interactive exhibits and kids baking/bread making activities in school holidays, the modest admission charge is great value for money!