Other Mills and Industrial Archaeology
Friends of Norfolk Mills
The Friends were established in 1977. We aim to support and encourage interest in Norfolk’s many mills.
Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society.
Researches and records Norfolk Industry. Holds Monthly Meetings. 3 Newsletters and 1 Journal per year for details visit http://www.norfolkia.org.uk/
Norfolk Windmills Trust.
Supporting and preserving the Mills of Norfolk and despite title encompasses watermills. Details visit http://www.norfolkwindmills.co.uk/
A working watermill producing true stone ground flour. Open to visitors with demonstrations of milling.
A website giving a list of the mills within the county both extant and non demolished. Added interest by much historical information about the mill and millers associated with each mill
A good site to research the changing face of Norfolk from 1st Edition Ordnance Survey to modern surveys. It also includes both modern and 1946 aerial surveys which can be viewed either overlaid or side by side. Well worth a look
One of the shortest tower mills in the country making it unique. Lately refurbished once the stones are dressed milling will commence again. Small it may be but well worth searching out in the Suffolk countryside!
Traditional Wooden Building Supply.
The website of a local traditional craftsman able to design and build bespoke buildings and furniture that sit sympathetically in rural surroundings
The Gunton Arms.
A traditional pub with 8 bedrooms in an extensive historic park in North Norfolk. Unfortunately there is no direct access via the park from the mill and a detour by road must be made. Details http://www.theguntonarms.co.uk