A restored mill with roots going back to the Domesday Book (at least!) Water powers a grain mill and provides electricty for 10 nearby homes. Named for a 13th century owner of a fulling mill, Gants Mill has over the centuries served as a woollen factory, silk weaving centre, and grain mill. Set in lovely gardens featuring riverside walks, water features, and Spring and Summer colours.
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Rookery Hall is set in 38 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside, and yet conveniently located close to the M6, Crewe, Manchester and Liverpool. The Hall was built in 1816 and today is a fully refurbished country house mansion. As you pass through the wrought iron gates beside the lodge, and … more >>
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Anglian Water Birdwatching Centre- Egleton, Rutland, England
The Anglian Water Birdwatching visitor centre lies at the very western edge of Rutland Water, at the southern end of Egleton village. The Birdwatching centre is the access point for trails which lead along the shore of Rutland Water and lead to a number of bird watching hides. A map of the hides is located outside the visitor centre.