What struck me most about this place wasn't so much the history (and there's history by the shovel) or the equipment they have that turns out great woodworking, it's the people. The volunteers who work there are so passionate about the mill that you can't help but feel equally as passionate. So much work and effort has gone into the restoration you just want them to succeed. We paid to take the tour, which was very informative but to be honest, I would have just as happily sat with the staff and chatted about the mill over a coffee. There's some lovely hand made craft items in the shop too, not mass produced tat.
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