Shalford Mill

Shalford Mill river view

The mill inside and out 

Discover a mill that is evocative of a bygone era, showing a vital part of village life, and unearthing characters from the past in the process.

Upcoming events

Meet the Millers from Imbhams Farm Granary

Wed 10 Apr 2019
Learn to bake Easter corn muffins with Maggie at 11.30, 1.30 and 2.30. Mill your own muffin mix to take and bake at home. Tour the mill with our guides and discover the secrets of milling (suitable for ages 7+)

Try geocaching

Sun 14 Apr 2019
Borrow our GPS to follow a preset trail, a 2 mile circular walk, collecting clues to find a hidden cache at the mill. This is an introduction to geocaching and help you to discover caches all over the world. £2 for trail.

Cadbury Easter Trails

Sat 20 Apr 2019
A Wonderland themed trail, follow the white rabbit and find clues from Alice in Wonderland to win a Cadbury Easter egg

Gunpowder walk

Sun 28 Apr 2019
Join a circular guided walk to, and tour of, the old gunpowder mills at Chilworth.

Wednesday walks: birding walk

Wed 08 May 2019
Hone your birding skills with the RSPB Guildford & District volunteers, learning to identify the spring songs and jizz at this busy time of year. Return to the mill for coffee and cake.

National Mills Weekend

Sun 12 May 2019
This year’s theme is ‘The Mill’s history in pictures’. Discover more about people connected with the mill, including millers, owners and tenants. We will also have information about other mills open in the area for this weekend in a display.
Shalford Mill

Get involved

Volunteers sitting out beside the river

Join the team 

Fancy playing your part to keep an 18th century water mill open for the public to enjoy? Shalford Mill is always on the lookout for interested people to volunteer at the property.

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Ferguson's Gang members Shot Biddy, Kate O’Brien and Bill Stickers enjoying a picnic, 1935

Ferguson's gang 

Ferguson’s Gang was formed in 1927 with five core members, all of whom were women. Their aim was to raise awareness of the need to protect rural areas and they supported the organisation they considered to be the most dedicated to preserving England’s heritage: the National Trust.