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Milling demonstrations at the Tide Mill

PUBLISHED: 15:36 09 August 2019 | UPDATED: 10:37 13 August 2019

Head miller Dan Tarrant-Willis and fellow miller Mary during one of their flour milling demonstrations, Picture: GEMMA JARVIS

Head miller Dan Tarrant-Willis and fellow miller Mary during one of their flour milling demonstrations, Picture: GEMMA JARVIS

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Make your own flour at the iconic riverside museum

One of only two working mills in the UK, the Tide Mill in Woodbridge is a prolific part of the town's history and has been at the heart of the riverside community since the 12th century.

Celebrating its 850th birthday next year, the Tide Mill is still a working plant producing its own flour.

Milling demonstrations are still ongoing today on a twice weekly basis led by head miller Dan Tarrant-Willis and his co-worker, Mary Shuttleworth.

The demonstrations show how the mill runs on renewable and sustainable energy to produce high quality flour using traditional methods.

Milling demonstrations take place every Saturday and Sunday at varying times as the mill is reliant on the tide, please click here for times and dates.

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