Burgh le Marsh Heritage Centre @ Dobson’s Mill
The  5 sailed windmill that turns clockwise
IMPORTANT NEWS: COUNTY COUNCIL CONSULTATION ON THE FUTURE OF HERITAGE IN LINCOLNSHIRE The    County    Council    is    under    severe    pressure    to    reduce    non-statutory    services. Consequently    the    future    provision    of    services    in    the    Heritage    sector    is    about    to change. A   consultation   document   is   available   for   perusal   and   a   consultation   survey   is   available for   your   attention.   the   survival   of   this   windmill   as   a      working   historic   Grade   1   listed building   depends   upon   the   response   to   this   survey.   further   details   and   reading   can   be found at The survey is at WE NEED YOUR HELP, PLEASE! FURTHER READING IS AVAILABLE AT THE PAGE NEWS AND EVENTS OPENING TIMES for  2019 Free entry & lots of free parking Sundays from 2 pm to 4.00 pm Saturday opening begins in late March Wednesday opening begins in late June & ends in September.     Wednesday Open: 10.30 am to 4 pm
A   unique   experience   as   you   step   back   in   time.   The   mill   is   very   much   a heritage piece as you might expect of a Grade 1 listed building. While   some   historians   think   the   mill   was   built   around   1813,   a   map   from   1810 shows a windmill already on the site. The current mill tower was most likely built in 1844. What   is   certain   is   that   the   mill   was   worked   as   a   commercial   concern   by   the last     owners,     Dobsons,     until     the     1960s.     It     was     then     purchased     for preservation   by   the   County   Council   and   has   been   run   since   by   groups   of volunteers. The BLM Heritage Group is now custodian of the site.
for more information contact enquiries@burghlemarshwindmill.co.uk Should you wish to book a visit this can usually be arranged with 48 hours notice

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