Hinxton Watermill open day and village hall teas – National Mills Weekend

14 May 20172.30pm to 5.30pmAdults £3.00, children £1.00. Members free. Teas extra.
Hinxton WatermillConservationEducation and learningFamilyHistoryOpen day

On this National Mills Weekend, come and look round this stunning working watermill, dating back to the Doomsday Book. Owned by CambridgePPF and run by volunteer guides who will tell you the history of the mill.

Set in picturesque surroundings on the River Cam, in the village of Hinxton.

Children can take part in the Where’s Ratty competition.

As a special treat today, Hinxton Village Hall committee will be providing teas in Hinxton Village Hall, in the High Street from 2.30 to 5.00pm. Thanks to the Village Hall Committee, proceeds from the teas will be split between the Mill and the village hall.

hinxton-millHinxton Water Mill




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