See What's On at Stotfold Watermill

With events held throughout the year there is something for everyone!

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Events at Stotfold Watermill

We need to raise over £32,000 a year to keep the Mill and Nature Reserve open for visitors to enjoy. Our fundraising activities are a vital part of this as the Trust does not receive any funding from outside sources.

Our major fundraising events are the Steam Fair and Country Show in May and the Working Steam Weekend in October.


“Stotfold through the seasons” photographic exhibition in the Ivel Room. Run by popular Facebook group, Stotfold in Pictures, you are…

25th Jun 2023
10:00am - 4:00pm

Stotfold Art group are holding their summer exhibition in the mill. Feel free to browse  paintings on display in the…

22nd Jul 2023 - 23rd Jul 2023
10:00am - 5:00pm

Experiment! Explore! Explode!  Discover what can be done using everyday objects and materials. Suitable for children in school years Y1-Y6,…

26th Jul 2023
10:00am - 3:30pm

Marvel at the fantastic life which lurks in and around the different ponds in the Nature Reserve. Suitable for children…

1st Aug 2023
10:00am - 3:30pm

Be creative and learn some great new and unusual skills. Be as messy as you like using a variety of…

9th Aug 2023
10:00am - 3:30pm

Be an explorer using mapping symbols. Find where pirates have hidden their treasure! Suitable for children in school years Y1-Y6,…

15th Aug 2023
10:00am - 3:30pm

Open Dates & Times

Stotfold Watermill is a great day out for all the family and is open to the public on various dates throughout the year. The Nature Reserve which adjoins the Mill is open all year round.


Shop At The Mill

The Kingfisher Gift Shop stocks a selection of gift items suitable for all ages. It specialises in our own high quality stone-ground flour, which is recommended for making bread.


Join As A Volunteer

Our volunteer teams are the vital cogs that keep the Mill and Nature Reserve running. Can you spare some time to join the teams which enable us to open the Mill to visitors?