Marsh Mill was builtin 1794 by Ralph
Slater, a Fylde millwright who also built Pilling and Clifton Mills.
of the largest mills in Europe, Marsh Mill standing at a height of 22.8m
(70ft) is also amongst the tallest in the Fylde. Until 1922 Marsh Mill
was a working windmill producing wheatflour for bread, crushed barley for
animal feed, rye flour and oatmeal.
Today Marsh Mill with its
machinery restored and working sails offers the visitors a unique introduction
to milling of a byegone age. Guided tours are available to the top of the
Marsh Mill shopping centre is set in the
attractive surroundings of Marsh Mill Village.
Spend an enjoyable day
browsing around the speciality shops which offer a friendly and helpful
service. If you feel like a bite to eat or you fancy a pint while your missus
is doing the shopping, there is a popular tea-room and public house called the
Tavern at the Mill where you can relax and enjoy the pleasant
||Every weekend from Easter to October you can enjoy a variety of
entertainments featuring brass bands, childrens shows, clog dancing and a train
ride on the model railway.
The Marsh Mill dance centre is a
popular venue and also plays host to the Craft Fairs that take place on many
Marsh Mill Opening Times
April to October.....10.30am to
November to March.....11.00am to
Tours of the Mill
Free ample parking
Wheelchair access to the Village
and ground floor of the Mill
Disabled toilets in the
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