North Worcestershire Archaeology Group is opening Winnall Mill to the public this year during the Festival of Archaeology 2017. Details are as follows and a poster can be downloaded by clicking below:
Winnall Mill, Ombersley, Worcestershire
Explore six centuries of archaeology in north Worcestershire with a walk to Winnall Mill, site of a medieval and later watermill, excavated by the North Worcestershire Archaeology Group. At the mill you can learn about the new discoveries and ideas about this site, as well as the history of this fascinating building.
A display stand next to the car park will reveal some of the discoveries made at the site.
Organiser: North Worcestershire Archaeology Group
Booking details: None
Fee details: This event is free to attend
Dates and times
Date 1: Saturday 29th July 2017 11am – 4pm
Date 2: Sunday 30th July 2017 11am – 4pm
Venue and location
Winnall, Lincomb, Nr Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire.
Directions: From the A4025 Stourport Road turn right on to Lincomb Lane, continue until reaching Winnall Springs. Turn right follow track to car park.
The route will be well signed from the A4025.
This visit involves a walk of approx ½ mile over uneven and sloping terrain. Please ensure that you wear suitable footwear.