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A wonderful part of history. A fine example of James Brindley and his work.Anybody remotely interested in the Industrial Revolution should visit this historic site. Only still open thanks to its volunteers I found all the staff here frenziedly and knowledgeable. A great place to...More
What an amazing little gem this is , Hidden away in the hustle and bustle of modern life we went to the open day here and found the people to be so friendly and helpful and almost falling over themselves to make your visit as...More
Took my granddaughter in the summer to the children’s day and it was great fun. The stewards were wonderful and very knowledgeable. The space inside is very small and it has steep stairs. Not suitable for disabled people. There is no car park but there...More
It was the local knowledge of friends that led us to spend. An unexpectedly pleasant hour at this historic water mill constructed by James Brindley in Leek. The waterwheel works and you cannot fault the enthusiasm of the volunteer guides who walk you through the...More