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This charming site embodies the Lake District’s authentic heritage. It is the last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park.
History
This charming site embodies the Lake District’s authentic heritage. It is the last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park.
Conservation
This charming site embodies the Lake District’s authentic heritage. It is the last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park.

Eskdale Mill is a unique experience, nestled in one of the Lake District's most beautiful locations.

Welcome to Eskdale Mill

Eskdale Mill draws its power from the Whillan Beck as it cascades down from the Scafells, England’s highest mountains.

This historic building and its working machinery are rare survivors of a bygone age. Find out more about the mill’s history here.

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@LakesRangers @WoodlandTrust Nice! Whereabouts is this?

20th Mar 7:56pm

RT @nect1965: Curious about what's next for the corn mill - come along to our public meeting on Wednesday 3rd April at Downagate Community…

20th Mar 11:19am

The mill will be closed until Summer 2019 for essential conservation works. Please keep checking for updates. To contact the Mill Manager: manager@eskdalemill.co.uk.