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Go to this mill with low expectations, because there’s not really a lot there. But the volunteer enthusiasts who keep this water mill running do an excellent job and deserve our support.
So pop along on the next open day, tour the mill, stroll in...More
We like to visit this place a couple of times a year, entertainment,stalls,garden produce,tea room,gift shop and obviously the Mill itself in working order,nice grounds too,run by volunteers it's a nice place to spend a couple of hours.
Heard about the open day on the radio not knowing this place existed! What a find. Only open a few days a year but free parking and entry. Run by volunteers who are very happy to fill you in with how the mill was run...More
I took a group of 35 Year 6 children to visit New Hall Mill as part of a project, and this is what they had to say about it...
'Yesterday all of year six went to new hall mill to see how they made flour...More
The Mill still produces genuine flour - we bought a packet and baked some very tasty bread. This is a fully operational water mill; one of only two in the West Midlands. It is operated by a charity and staffed by many very knowledgeable and...More
I've lived in the area for quite a few years but it was only this year that I found this gem! Hidden away from the road, the mill has adequate parking and offers a diverse range of interesting displays, both inside and spread around the...More
The Mill is open to the public on a number of days throughout the year, luckily the weather was good on the day of our visit. Visitors can have a look around the mill, with volunteers explaining how the machinery works, and demonstrating how the...More
Working mill with 3 floors all fully open to the public. Lots of working machinery, and of course that lovely sound of the waterwheel powering the stones to make fresh flour; that visitors can take home for a nominal £1 donation per 2lb bag. A...More