Overlooking Boston, this windmill unusually has five sails. Built in 1819 to grind corn brought by barge along the Maud Foster Drain, it is still producing stone-ground organic flour today. You can climb to the top of the mill and see the machinery and millstones working and there are fine views from the outside balcony.
VISITING, DIRECTIONS, PRODUCE, CATERING, AND ACCOMMODATION
Directions: Easily visible in the north west of the town of Boston. See map: Google Maps
Opening Hours: Wednesday and Saturdays 10-5, closed Christmas and New Year.
Certifications: organic Shop sells Flours, porridge, local books and souvenirs.
Wholesale/Trade : Yes, please enquire.
Accommodation: Self catering flat available, details on website, please enquire.