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I only spent 10 minutes there.
I am not a windmill enthusiast but I took some nice photos:)
Admission is free, donations are welcomed.
Next to windmill there is a small shop, they sell a strong flour for bread but also ready made bread. Outside...More
My husband is interested in windmills so we drove from our holiday stay in West Stow to see this windmill. We met Enid, who very proudly showed us the mill and her lovely garden. We enjoyed our chat, and on her suggestion popped into the...More
Although its a few years ago both my wife and myself remember our visit to the wonderful mill with warmth.
We recently wanted to visit again but could not remember the name of the mill so were frustrated but by a stroke of luck found...More
Many years ago we used to visit Bardwell Mill regularly with our young boys. It was a working mill with flour being produced which we bought sacks of to take home for baking. There was a miniature railway around the garden and Oliver a traction...More
when you are tired from pubs and walks around the town from one corner to another this is the perfect place to visit! great for pictures too! almost feel magical. can't wait to bring my aunty and uncle there. beautiful!!!
Happened to be passing and stumbled on this hidden gem. Its low key, quaint appeal makes it all the more charming and makes a refreshing change from the more commercial (and expensive!) attractions. Interesting interior informative. But the star has to be Edna and her...More
Stopped in whilst passing and the welcome from Edna and her son was so warm, inviting us to have tea and some of her award winning flapjack and I have to say it was the best I have ever tasted. I called with a friend...More
Stopped here on one of our "100 Treasures" outings, as we were passing. The mill itself is very interesting, and can be visited. We popped into the bakery, and saw delicious looking bread and cakes. We succumbed to the malt loaf, and were we glad....More