Built in 1812 alongside an existing mill, Crabble Corn Mill now stands alone in the village of River, just outside Dover. Rescued from demolition and opened to the public in 1990, it is now a working museum, with exhibits and milling machinery that are used to demonstrate the process of turning wheat into organic wholemeal flour.
Spread over six floors, there are also tea rooms and a gallery, as well as a gift shop where you can buy the flour that is produced on site. The mill is owned and operated by Crabble Corn Mill Trust, and relies on volunteers and the support of visitors and many local organisations to keep it running and available for the public to enjoy.
Address: Crabble Corn Mill, Lower Road, River, Dover, Kent, CT17 0UY