| Ford End Watermill |
|Buckinghamshire's only working Watermill with original machinery|
A short video about Ford End Watermill
This little mill, recorded in 1616 but certainly very much older, was in use until 1963.
Restored by volunteers, and now maintained and run by Ford End Watermill Society, it is the only remaining working watermill in Buckinghamshire with original machinery.
It retains all the atmosphere of a small farm mill of the late 1800's.
An unusual feature is the sheepwash in the tailrace below the mill. Washing made the fleece easier to shear and increased its value.
Stoneground wholemeal flour is on sale during milling demonstrations.
Schools and other parties are very welcome, details at the bottom of this page.
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MAIN MILL GEARING
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Click here for a guide to the mill in PDF Doc format
Schools and other groups are very welcome. To make an appointment please telephone All groups are taken round the mill by experienced society members as guides.
All groups are taken round the mill by experienced society members as guides.
2021 Opening Times:
Open between 2pm and 5pm on the following dates with
between 2-30pm and 4-30pm approx
Water level permitting
Last Admission 4-30pm
8th August - Sunday
30th August - BH Monday
12th Sept - Sunday
10th October - Sunday
Adults - £3.00
Children (Age 5-15) - £1
Under 5ís free entry
Ford End Watermill, Station Rd,
Mill Manager - Chris Tugby
Free car parking.