Stelling Minnis Mill
About the mill
Davison's Mill at Stelling Minnis was built in 1866. It is a small black smock mill in a beautiful village setting.
The last miller, Alec Davison, continued to operate the mill using wind power until 1970. During the 1970s we acquired and restored the Grade I listed mill.
Two pairs of millstones can be operated by wind power or by a 1920 Ruston & Hornsby oil-powered engine, whilst the interior of the mill remains virtually unchanged from its working days.
Stelling Minnis Mill and Museum Trust manage the mill and the site.
Cream teas are served in the summer and there is a small museum.
Visit the mill
Address: Stelling Minnis, Canterbury CT4 6AF
Opening times: 2pm to 5pm every Sunday and bank holiday from Easter to the end of September.
On Saturday 27 June 2020, the popular annual ‘Windmill Fete’ will be held in the adjacent field. For more information visit the Windmill Fete Facebook page.
Visit the Stelling Minnis Mill website for more information or details about special events.
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