Bourne Mill

Important notice -

Bourne Mill is now closed for the winter season. We look forward to welcoming you back when we re-open in Spring 2022.

Picturesque watermill with working waterwheel.

A couple enjoy the grounds at Bourne Mill

We're closed for the winter

Bourne Mill is now closed for the winter season. We look forward to welcoming you back when we re-open in Spring 2022.

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Things to see and do

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History

Unpick the history of Bourne Mill

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Our work

A colourful selection of felted creations, including flowers, fish and other wildlife inspired by the Bourne Narratives Project

Bourne Narratives 

Discover the new 'Bourne Narratives' display on your next visit to Bourne Mill. In partnership with Essex Cultural Diversity Project and local artists Nicola Burrell and Lisa Temple-Cox, 'Bourne Narratives' celebrates the beauty and ecological diversity of Bourne Mill through a felted map, created by local community groups.

View of Bourne Mill showing the lucum

Our work at Bourne Mill 

Repairing the water wheel and maintaining the stonework are just two of our ongoing tasks. Find out more about the work we do to care for the mill.

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Learning

A young girl writes carefully with a quill onto paper

Schemes of Lessons at Bourne Mill 

Bourne Mill is the perfect setting for school groups to cover many areas of the curriculum. We have started by focusing on KS2 but know that our site can cover all ages and aid teachers in reaching attainment targets.

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