Warwick Bridge Corn Mill

The Corn Mill is on the Heritage at Risk Register, and is Grade II* listed. We mill flour using traditional millstones driven by a waterwheel, in the same way it has been milled here for nearly 900 years. The recent restoration of the mill building and equipment in 2019 has enabled the business to be restarted by the Warwick Bridge Community Benefit Society. As part of this restoration, a bakery was established on site to produce sourdough breads, pastries and other baked goods. We supply our flour and bakery products to local retailers, and sell at markets. Our products are also available online for Click and Collect from the Mill.

Take the A69 to Warwick Bridge Corn Mill and turn into Little Corby Road where there is a gravel car park for the Mill on the immediate right hand side. 


The Mill is open for tours of the Mill and bakery on Thursday afternoons. Bookings are essential and can be done via our website. Visitors at other times are welcome by prior arrangement.


The Mill has a disabled access toilet facilities and a wheelchair ramp for access to the middle floor.


We produce a range of stoneground flour products including wheat, rye, spelt and oats in both white and wholemeal. A full list of these and our bakery products can be found on the website.

There is no shop onsite at the Mill. Our products are sold at local farmer’s markets and selected wholesalers. We have a Click & Collect service where products can be ordered via our website for pick up on Thursday mornings.


Please email flour@warwickbridgecornmill.co.uk or phone 01228 561 832


As a grade II* heritage listed building, the Corn Mill holds events for Heritage Open Days annually and we conduct free Mill tours on Thursday afternoons each week. Bookings via our website. The Mill is also available for group bookings. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.


Debra Riddell, Manager

Phone: 01227 571 832

Website: www.warwickbridgecornmill.co.uk 

Email: flour@warwickbridgecornmill.co.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/wbcornmill