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.
Sunday 28th June, 7.30-9.30pm
The Charlie Pyne Trio plays their favourite tunes from American songbook classics to sultry bosa novas.
Thursday 28th May, 2-4pm
Enjoy a fun afternoon taking part in a leaf spotting expedition and then use your leaf collection to make a collage to take home.
A unique collection of steam driven machinery on display, including ploughing and threshing demonstrations. The Mill will be open and grinding flour, so you will see the milling process from start to finish.
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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