Stevington Windmill

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Stevington Windmill: Post-mills are constructed so that the sails can always be faced to the direction of the wind; the whole body of the mill above the base pivots around the central post and can be turned with very little trouble as is necessary using the tail-pole at the rear of the body.


This impressive postmill was built in the 18th century and is the only complete windmill left in the county.

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West of Bedford, south of the Stevington.

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Phone: +44 1234 824330
Email: sally.wileman@bedscc.gov.uk

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