Hinxton Watermill open day

13 May, 03 Jun, 01 Jul, 05 Aug, 02 Sep, 07 Oct 20182.30pm to 5.30pmAdults £3.00, children £1.00. Members free.
Hinxton WatermillConservationEducation and learningFamilyHistoryOpen day

Come and look round this stunning working watermill, dating back to the Domesday Book. On six 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.

Children can take part in the popular “Where’s Ratty?” contest and have the chance to win a prize!

For adults – raffle with lovely prizes!

Owned by local charity CambridgePPF and run by dedicated volunteers the mill is set in picturesque surroundings on the River Cam, in the village of Hinxton. There are also walks along the river.





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