This is a working museum, still able to function in the same
way as it has done for centuries.
The mill museum is fully illustrated with a set of posters and
drawings depicting and explaining not only the milling process, but
discussing the diet of our predecessors, and the contribution of
the mill to daily life. This is an experience not to be missed,
particularly so, when accompaniend by the slow rumble of the wooden
mill machinery as it turns and crushes.
If you would appreciate a guided tour of the mill for your
group, or a live explanation of all that happens in the milling
room, call us and make arrangements for your visit in advance and
we will ensure you meet with an ideal educational event,
particularly enthralling for children in the days of ipods and
Thanks to the generosity of the Awards for all scheme, there are
a wealth of training opportunities available to volunteers at the
Mill. Read More
Cheese scones with soup!
At the Benholm Mill Tearoom!
The deadline to enter NEOS 2010 closed last monday - If you did
create an account, we urge you to check over it, proof it, send in
your image and payment.
Thanks to everyone that signed up this year!