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Covid crisis easing


With the easing of Covid restrictions, the Trust is moving cautiously towards being able to reopen the mill to visitors, starting from 24th June 2021.

We are now taking provisional bookings for organised group visits, particularly the very important schools visits, and also for adult society groups.  We are also taking bookings of the visitor centre for private events.  Any such bookings will be provisional pending the confirmation of government regulations.

Unfortunately, , we are not able as yet to reinstate our regular Sunday afternoon openings to the general public.

Contact for school visits:


For adult groups and private hire:


  Bunbury  Mill 

A visit to the mill is a wonderful outing for all the family.  The beautifully restored water mill stands in two acres of wildlife-rich countryside.

Hands-on experience

Bunbury Mill offers a unique hands-on experience of a working water mill.  You will experience the whole journey from the grain arriving at the mill, to the flour pouring into the sacks.



Plans for reopening the mill post-Covid are uncertain, but it is likely that the catering will be restricted initially to drinks and light refreshments.

Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic and take advantage of the attractive grounds.

Art workshops at the mill


Forthcoming events

On Sunday 25th July, our old friends the Rain or Shine theatre company will be presenting their interpretation of She Stoops to Conquer at Bunbury Cricket Ground.  Profits will be in aid of the mill and the cricket club.  To comply with Government Covid regulations,you have to book directly with the company, and provide a name and contact number for every individual ticket purchased.  Details at

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