Stepping into Paradise Mill feels very special. Its the kind of place which could so easily be ruined by overly enthusiastic renovation or large crowds and I hope that it manages to survive unspoilt.
I think it is a great shame that you can no longer take photographs and this diminishes the experience. I also can't help but think this is a strange policy - don't photographs = publicity = visitors?
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