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Cheshire’s historic working watermill

Welcome to Bunbury Mill

Bunbury Mill is a beautifully restored water mill standing in two acres of wildlife rich countryside.

The current 3-storey building dates back to 1850, though there has been a mill on the site since 1089. The machinery is restored and in working order, milling fine whole grain flour.

A visit to the mill is a wonderful outing for all of the family with a hands-on guided tour.


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The Mill will open on Sunday 27th March 2016, then every Sunday and Bank Holiday 1pm-5pm till end of October.

We are open for pre-booked groups, schools and events.

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The Mill is now closed for the winter - it re-opens 27th March 2016, then every Sunday and Bank Holiday 1pm-5pm till late October.

The Mill will still be open for group visits during the week by appointment:

- School Visits

- Clubs and Societies

Oaty Porridge at Bunbury Mill (Educational Live Streaming)

Merry Hell @ The Mill

Merry Hell the Wigan based folk band filmed their latest video “The Baker’s Daughter” at Bunbury Mill. Watch the video:

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