Viewing areas for the water wheel will re open February 2021
Dependant on government guidelines.
We are the only volunteer-run, non-commercial mill that mills virtually every day of the year. We are at this time unable to offer our Miller-guided tours , Our volunteers will tell you about the fascinating rescue and restoration of the mill, and demonstrate the giant waterwheel powering the half-ton millstones as they grind the grain into our delicious flour.
We are a registered charity (number 104 16 14) and we welcome donations to help secure the future of this very special piece of our heritage.
Both galleries will re open following lifting of restrictions. We have a full artist programme for 2021
We will be reopening our two viewing areas from February 2021 if restrictions are lifted
1 enter the millers garden and climb the fire escape for a view of the water wheel.A miller will be on this floor to talk about the wheel and answer any questions.
although we are not allowing visitors inside the mill at the moment you will have a clear view of the wheel as you step inside a closed off area. please wear a mask and use the sanitiser
2 view from one of two stable doors. A miller will be on this floor inside the building to answer any questions
The spaces we have opened to the public will only allow one family, one bubble or a single person to view at a time. Please be patient, its worth the wait.
Please consider a donation with your visit to continue to support the volunteer’s and the Town Mill.
Award Winning Spelt and Whole Gran Wheat which are stone ground. at the mill by Volunteers will. be on Sale at the Mill shop
We are monitoring and following the ever changing regulations.We hope to be offering tours of the mill early 2021
Please help us to maintain the working water wheel by purchasing our flour, souvenir size of 500g available if you are not a keen baker.
Town Mill Galleries.
We have a full programme oe artist exhibitions and will open the galleries once restrictions are lifted
For opening hours see the Artisans and Food & Drink pages.
Group visits: Private groups with pre booking will be offered when the government permits please contact firstname.lastname@example.org