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The Mill at Weston Hills

 

The Mill at Weston Hills dated 1914 when Mr Todd was the miller. The mill and house have long gone and site developed. The house on the left is still there, but it has lost it’s Blacksmith workshop.

Artical from a local newspaper in October 1919.
Huntley Mill, Weston Hills, almost the last of the old wooden post mills, has been taken down during the last few days. The old mill which laterly had been in the tenue of Mr W H Todd, miller of Weston Hills had seen nearly 500 years service. Addition from Keith Seaton

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  1. We live in a house like the one in the background that could be approximately built in 1850. I always thought that it could be part of the old mill house. By coincidence our family were miller’s from the 19C up to 1990.

    1. I’d love to know exactly where abouts the mill actually was? .. I find that really interesting.

  2. Hi, coming from Spalding, when entering Weston Hills, just past the Broadgate crossroads on the left-hand side.

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The Mill at Weston Hills dated 1914 when Mr Todd was the miller. The mill and house have long gone and site developed. The house is still there, but it has lost its Blacksmith workshop.