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Summer views at Lode Mill

White watermill building on lily-covered water

Quy Water and Lode Mill, Cambridgeshire, June 2020

ily-covered Quy Water

Lode Mill is a working mill that dates back to the eighteenth century, and it is believed that a watermill stood on the same site as far back as the Domesday survey in 1086.

bridge across Quy Water

You can visit the mill as part of a visit to the National Trust Anglesey Abbey, and enjoy a wander along the Quy Water.

Do check opening times and booking requirements before visiting.


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 13 July 2020

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