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I spent years growing up in Lyme and watching a stagnant wheel letting water pass by... I only knew the half of it.
10years of restoration, with so much effort you can’t even begin to imagine... all after I was grown. A fantastic working mill...More
Visited today with my 7 year old and 4 year old.... very informative visit, tour around the mill was very good, excellent interaction with the kids, all free, but well worth the £10 donation.
Returning again Thursday for the Halloween 🎃 pattern making for the...More
We really enjoyed the guided tour of this mill. John the volunteer Miller had a real in-depth knowledge of the history and the workings of the mill and made it so interesting. Would definitely recommend as it’s well worth it.
A lovely place to visit to purchase properly locally made items. I bought a lovely jug from the working potter. A stunning silver necklace from the local, delightful young jewellery maker who also stocked a friends forged iron - I’d been looking for a hand...More
We visited the Town Mill and it was one made very interesting by a man called Rob he made the tour so absorbing and he had so much information on how a working flour mill operates and how different flours were made. Well worth a...More
They do not have wheelchairs. However, the ground floor is easily accessible and has a chair so that you can view the working mill and the flow of milled flour. The further two floors are accessible by stairs only; although... More
They do not have wheelchairs. However, the ground floor is easily accessible and has a chair so that you can view the working mill and the flow of milled flour. The further two floors are accessible by stairs only; although the first floor (stone floor) could be reached by wheelchair through a fire escape and one step.