Crabble Corn Mill
Crabble Corn Mill built in 1812 to supply flour to troops defending the Kent coast from possible invasion from Napoleon's forces.
Now run entirely by volunteers after restoration in 1986.
The mill can be seen demonstrating how flour is made traditionally by water power using French burr stones.
Various events will take place throughout the year so take a look at the Crabble Corn Mill website and our What's On section for more details.
Opening Times and Prices
Please visit Crabble Corn Mill website for details.