If you want to learn how the power of water can turn grain into flour pay a visit to Heatherslaw Corn Mill with complimentary admission on the upcoming Heritage Open Days; Saturday 9th September and Sunday 10th September, 10:00-17:00.
Flour has been milled on this site since the 13th century and the process of harnessing the power of water has changed little since these days. The mill still produces flour today and on a visit you can learn about its long history and about the milling process.
There is complimentary entry on both days but the machinery will not be running on Saturday 9th September. On Sunday 10th September a miller will be on site and, subject to water levels, you can see the traditional milling process in action.