The Mill Today

The Upper Mill has been fully restored to working order and today produces about ten tons of flour a year. The Lower Mill remains much as it was before its restoration and is used to demonstrate parts of the milling process that usually take place out of sight.

Heatherslaw Corn Mill is the most northerly working water mill in England and still produces its flour using traditional methods – little changed over the course of two thousand years.

Added to the Heatherslaw’s long list of millers, from Nicholas Graham’s widow of the 14th century to John Black of the 19th, is Dave Harris-Jones – today’s 21st-century miller.

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