Bourn Mill open day and teas

24 Jun, 29 Jul, 19 Aug, 16 Sep 20182pm to 4pmMembers free, non members £3 per adult, £1 per child
Bourn MillEducation and learningHistoryOpen day


Bourn Mill is one of the oldest in the country, set in beautiful scenery. On 6 Sundays during the summer the mill is opened and guides will show you how the mill works and tell you the history of this incredible building.

Not only can you see inside, you can also have a go at the incredible task of turning the whole mill on its post – an amazing sight.

The mill is owned by local charity CambridgePPF and run by dedicated volunteers.

Tea and cakes available to purchase.

Accessible by car, or on footpaths from Bourn. No need to book.


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Bourn Mill

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