Brindley's Mill, Mill Street, Leek, ST13 8FA
Brindley's Mill is a working water powered corn mill dating from 1752. It takes its power from the river Churnet. It was built by the famous canal engineer James Brindley early in his career.
Vistors will be offered a guided tour, and will see the mill in operation. There is a small museum about Brindley and corn milling. The mill can be enjoyed by all ages, but there are steep steps to the top floor which may not be useable by everyone. There is apleasant riverside garden.
Saturday and Sunday, September 14 and 15, 2pm to 5pm, last admission 4.30pm.