Bourne Mill© Copyright Stefan Czapski contributor to the Geograph Project and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
16th century water mill and working watermill owned by the National Trust which describes it as originally built as a fishing lodge in 1591. It was converted in the 19th century to a mill for fulling (a process in cloth manufacture) and later flour milling. The waterwheel is in working order.
Limited opening hours. See the above website for more information.
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