The House Mill
Originally built in 1776, on a man-made island on an existing pre-Domesday site, it is the largest surviving tidal mill in the world.
We are fighting to restore House Mill to its former glory. We will reinstate the heritage machinery to working order, develop the education, arts and culture offer and generate hydroelectricity at the site.
We have detailed plans for each part of the restoration project and are seeking Heritage Lottery Fund and private sector support. With your help we can reach our goal and save the world’s largest tidal mill!
The Mill is specially open for guided tours as part of the National Heritage Open Days Scheme from Thursday September 7th to Sunday 10th .
Additionally, Makers at the Mill display their fine artworks for sale from Friday September 8 to Sunday 17.