Whissendine Windmill is one of the UK last remaining 19th-century mills. It has been fully restored and is now a working windmill producing plain, strong white and wholemeal flour.
The current mill was built in 1809 to replace an earlier mill. Since then, it has been passed through different hands. The mill works all year round, producing flour for bread and pastry as well as spelt and barley flours, ryemeal and oatmeal.
Visitors are welcome to the mill when it is working (we would advise you to phone up to make sure that you can visit at the time you would like to).
You can purchase the flour produced at Whissendine Windmill at the local village shop.