Photograph © Devon Wildlife Trust


Cricklepit Mill, Exeter

Grid reference: SX 918 921
OS sheet: 192
Postcode: EX2 4AB
In Commercial Road, Exeter, close to the river. There is no car parking available at the mill, but there are car parks nearby in the centre of Exeter. Follow directions to Exeter Quay and walk along Commercial Road to the Bishop Blaze pub, turn right to arrive at  Cricklepit Mill.

The mill has three undershot waterwheels, all 19th century, with 19th century iron machinery. It has one working pair of millstones and another bed stone in situ. The oldest features in the mill are 17th century. The mill is home to the Devon Wildlife Trust. The leat that runs through the mill is home to some amazing urban wildlife including kingfishers, dippers and occasionally otters!

Opening times 2017
Monday to Friday, 09.00-17.00. Milling days are held on set days; usually 2nd Fridays each month.
See web site for details

National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
The mill will be open from 10.30 - 12.30 and 13.00 - 15.00 on Sunday 15th May. Join us for a day of milling and watch local history come alive as we start the waterwheels turning! Our volunteer millers will be on hand to show you how the 19th Century mill would have been used to grind grain for flour. If you feel inspired to get baking, the stone-ground wholemeal flour is available to buy. Admission is free and there's no need to book - just pop in!

Jasmine Atkinson, tel. 01392 279244.


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