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We had a very interesting visit to the MILL.. The Miller gave a very interesting talk about the history of the building and all about the milling proceedures.. We could not see the grain being milled as it was low tide but this did not...More
Fascinating insight into the history and workings of a tide-mill. The building has been lovingly restored and there are interactive displays and excellent information boards as well as a small shop selling keepsakes of the visit.
We were visiting Woodbridge and although I have passed the Tide Mill many times over the years I have never visited. We decided to walk past the Mill and although it was not officially open, one of the volunteers happened to be there and welcomed...More
A small museum, but well worth visiting to support the renovation and keeping alive these kind of places so future generations can know how their predecessors lived and worked. There are photos and information displays, but the main attraction is the working machinery, starting with...More
Although difficult to find, when we did we thought it was well worth the effort. Staff went to great lengths to involve you in the history of the mill and together with short film shown, it provided a fascinating insight to the history of the...More
Todays mill rebuilt in the 17th century.
After renovations again re-opened in 2012 and is now one of only two tide mills in the UK that regularly grinds wheat grain producing wholemeal flour for resale.