Make your way to Cogglesford Watermill to see the River Slea flowing through the mill producing organic flour.
Flour has been produced in Sleaford for 1,000 years and the current watermill, dating to the 18th century, is still in action.
Learn about the history of the watermill and how the mill works – getting up close and personal – and you can even take some flour away with you to bake at home.
There are milling days through the year and seasonal events meaning there are lots of good opportunities to pay a visit to Cogglesford.
Next door to the watermill you can enjoy something to eat or drink at the restaurant and coffee shop set inside the former house of the millers at Cogglesford. The quaint rooms provide a cosy atmosphere in a unique and historic cottage.
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