Redbournbury Mill

Redbournbury Mill

Redbournbury Mill is a fully restored 18th century working watermill on the River Ver just north of St Albans.  The mill produces and sells stoneground organic flour, with the adjacent bakery producing a variety of bread from the mill’s organic flours. The river and surrounding countryside are a haven for wildlife and the mill is an ideal stop for walkers and cyclists. Attractions include milling demonstrations, an oil engine and other exhibits.

The mill is situated amongst traditional farmland and water-meadows which are a haven for wildlife. Herons and kingfishers abound along the length of the river catching stickleback, miller’s thumb and trout fry. A circular walk around the mill makes it an ideal place to spend a few hours - first walking and then visiting the mill.

The mill is available for private visits by interested groups and illustrated talks can be given on the restoration and working of the mill.

Opening hours Mill:
Saturdays 0900 - 1300 (Winter 1000 - 1400)
Sundays from 1430 - 1700
Saturdays 0900 - 1300
The bakery bread stall is open every Saturday morning from 0830 - 1300.
Other special open days. Visit website for details:
Open for private groups and tours by arrangement (contact for further details)
How to get here Please refer to their website:
Address and contact details
Redbournbury Lane, Redbourn Road, St Albans
Postcode: AL3 6RS
Tel: +44(0) 1582 792 874

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