Keeping The Wheels Of History Turning, Through The Power Of Volunteers
Stotfold Watermill, in its idyllic setting on the River Ivel is unique. Having burnt down in 1992, it is now completely rebuilt Grade II listed watermill with three fully accessible floors to view.
Focussing on the start of the war, with stories of local men and their families, through documents, letters and memorabilia
A nostalgic look at the British landscape of the 1950′s and early 1960′s through the lense of Charles Bertram Hyde, 13th, 20th and 27th July 2014
The Steam Fair and Country Show is the Mill’s premier annual event, featuring arena displays, a fun fair, steam engines, milling and much more. It’s a great day out for all the family.
No visit to Stotfold Mill would be complete without taking time to savour our tea room. The menu includes soup, bread rolls, cakes, cream teas and Fairtrade tea and coffee, all served by our team of volunteers.
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