Photograph © Jim Woodward-Nutt





Town Mill, Lyme Regis

Grid reference: SY 341 922
OS sheet: 193
Postcode: DT7 3PU
In Mill Lane, off Combe Street, Lyme Regis.

A stone-built watermill, last worked commercially in 1926. Restoration was completed in 2001 when a Victorian 13 ft iron waterwheel with wooden buckets was acquired from South Devon. This drives two sets of millstones grinding locally grown organic wheat. A hydro-electric turbine installed in 2006 generates electricity for the mill and supplies its surplus to the grid.

Opening times 2017
Daily 11.00-16.00. (subject to volunteer availability).
Parties & school visits by arrangement. For other attractions see web site.

National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
Saturday and Sunday, 11.00-16.00. After the  watermill opens to the public at 11am on Saturday, it will be followed by the official MillFest opening by town crier Alan Vian at 11.15am. This will be followed by performances from Uplyme Morris at 11.30am and the Lyme Luggers ukulele group at 12.30pm. Acoustic duo, Hazel and David, will perform blues, folk and contemporary music from 2pm.  On Sunday, Lym Delta Rhythm Kings play with their handcrafted guitars, mandolins and ukuleles at 11.30am and 1pm.

Nicky Taylor
tel. 01297 444042

(General enquiries)

Web site