|Union Mill, Cranbrook|
Registered charity no.1031879
Watermills to Visit in Kent
BOOKS about Mills and Milling
New Books: A huge selection of around 400 books are available from the Mills Archive Bookshop.
Shire Books have books at reasonable prices by Martin Watts, a miller and millwright; you can find out more about them HERE
Second-hand but worth looking for:
Windmill World has an extensive list of Windmill books, both in and out of print.
MORE Links to Related Sites
The Mills Archive has over 600 items relating to the Union Mill at Cranbrook; an index of their holdings is HERE
Mills Section of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB)
Windmills on Wikipedia - history, evolution, types of mill, and machinery - with lots more links
Windmill World - Windmills (and watermills) from all over
Why not combine a visit to the mill visit with one to Cranbrook Museum, also a member of the Wheels of Time scheme, and only a short walk away. Another member nearby, about a mile from Headcorn, is the Lashenden Air Warfare Museum..
For lots of other interesting places to visit in Kent, try the Visit Kent website.