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Knowledgeable volunteers who answer questions by demonstrating how life was lived & work was carried out.
Proper hands on learning for kids & adults alike.
So much to see & do.
School visits should be arranged to view this site for children to learn how...More
We have been here before but sadly it was closed, however this time we were lucky, the gentleman who showed us round was brilliant and very informative, we had our grandchildren with us and he let them help when he was showing us how things...More
I wasn’t expecting anything much from this little canal-side mill, but it was remarkable. What absolutely made it was the volunteer who took us around, filling in the story of the last flint miller and his daughter.
The site itself was fascinating, but it was...More
Having been to Holme Bank chert mine near Bakewell (arranged visits only) I wanted to see where the chert was used to grind flint. My wife and I went on a Wednesday afternoon (it is volunteer staffed so only open on Monday and Wednesday afternoons)....More
What a little gem of a place. Had an excellent couple of hours here & took in a the Miller's Cottage, & both Mills. The day we went there were 2 Mill Volunteers who were more than happy to explain all about the history of...More
Stumbled over this site while out walking with dogs and family along the canal, very attractive with lots of interesting information boards dotted about there is a small museum attached to the site but wasn't open when we visited.
A little historic gem along the picturesque canal. It’s lovely to see the water wheels and the mechanics of the mill in action. Lots of information around the mill and knowledgable volunteers. You can’t spend long at the mill, but combined with bird watching at...More