Bromham Mill, Bridge End, Bromham, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK43 8LP

Bromham Mill is a late 18th or early 19th century rebuilding in brick, timber and stone on the site of earlier mills. It had two waterwheels. However, only one remains and was restored in 1980. The Friends of Bromham Mill are offering guided tours for visitors to tell them more about the Mill's history and its recent refurbishment. The Café sells fresh coffee and home made cakes. It also serves afternoon tea from 2.00pm until 4.00pm. Visitors can also take a 2 mile walk to Stevington Windmill, which is also participating in the Heritage Open Days. The meadow and picnic area is open from morning until dusk.

Opening Times

  • Friday 12 September: 1400-1600, Tour 1430
  • Saturday 13 September: 1000-1600, Tours 1300 & 1430
  • Sunday 14 September: 1000-1600, Tour 1430

Additional information

Max 20 people per tour/session.

Directions

Bromham Mill is located one mile from Bedford at the west end of Bromham Bridge. It is signposted from the A428 Bedford to Northampton road.

Website

www.bedford.gov.uk/bromham_mill

Organised by

Bedford Corn Exchange and Friends of Bromham Mill

Date last modified: 11th August 2014 at 11:08

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