Photograph © Jim Woodward-Nutt
Grid reference: TL 223 367
OS sheet: 153
Postcode: SG5 4NU
In Stotfold, off A157. From A1(M) leave at junction 10.
A white weatherboarded watermill originally built around 1750 on an early site. Burnt down in 1820,
extended and rebuilt. Burnt down again in 1992 and completely rebuilt by Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust.
Iron waterwheel, 14ft wide x 8ft diameter. Produced flour again in 2006 for the first time in 40 years.
Opening times 2017
Easter to October, certain Sundays each month,
Milling 13.00-16.00. Mill & Tearoom 12.30-17.00. See
web site for dates.
National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
2017 (Steam fair 6th & 7th May 10.30-17.00)
Ray Kilby (Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust),
tel. 01462 734541.