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Shalford Watermill

Location
Grid reference: TQ 002 477
OS sheet: 186
Postcode: GU4 8BS
About 1 miles S of Guildford on A281 Horsham road. Opposite the 'Sea Horse' pub. Parking by arrangement with 'Blue Sky' allows our visitors to park in their forecourt, which is about 40 meters from Mill Lane on the same side of the road and beside the pedestrian crossing.

A timber-framed 18th century watermill, which worked until 1914.   The mill has a remarkable amount of original machinery in place, including sacking chutes from early 1900s. It has not been restored but has been sympathetically conserved. It is possible to visit all the four floors with a guided tour, including the now static waterwheel. Given to the National Trust by "Ferguson's Gang" in 1932.

Opening times 2017
2nd April to 29th October, Wednesdays & Sundays, 11.00-16.30.Also Mondays on bank holiday weekends and heritage weekend. Parties welcome by prior arrangement. See web site for more details.

National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
Opening on Sunday, from 11.00- 16.15 last entry. All admission is with a guided tour. We offer stone-ground flour, made for us locally by Imbhams Farm Granary, and support the Real Bread Campaign. We hope to have bread recipes and demonstration/tasting.
We will also have information about other mills who will be open in the area for this weekend.

Contact
National Trust, tel. 01483 561389.

Email
shalfordmill@nationaltrust.org.uk

Web site
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/shalford-mill