Bunbury Watermill

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Bunbury Watermill: Bunbury Mill is a nineteenth century watermill and stands on the foundations of a previous mill, which had burned down in 1844. In fact, the same site has been used for the past four centuries for corn milling. In 1969 the site, on which the mill stands, was purchased by the local authority for the construction of a Water Treatment Works. However, the building was restored, and the waterwheel is made to turn once again. The millpond is much smaller in scale than the original, and, because of this, the mill can only operate for a few hours each day.

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Bunbury Mill is located on the edge of Bunbury Village and is accessible form both the A49 and A51.

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Opening times (April - September);
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------13:00 - 16:00
* Open bank holidays

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£2.50£1.50

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Address: Bunbury Mill, Mill Lane, Bunbury, Cheshire, CW6 9PP, UK.
Phone: +44 1829 261422

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