• How we Started

    See how we got started

    Warwick Bridge Corn Mill is at the heart of our community. With a journey steeped in history and it's heritage dating back to the mid 12th century. You will surely find something that interests you.


  • Discover

    Discover Warwick Bridge Corn Mill

    Explore the heritage of our Corn Mill and see the History behind it


  • Tours Available

    Tours Available

    Explore the Mill. Guided tours are available on Sundays and Thursdays. See the Events page for dates and times.


  • Do you want to be a Miller

    Do you want to be a Miller

    Would you like the opportunity to be a Miller? You can come in and help Karen our Miller to set up the mill, start the wheel and then grind your own bag of flour. Wednesday afternoons £50 per person (2 people per course) For more details and to book email secretary@wbcornmill.co.uk or text 07876417695.

  • Bakery


    Our onsite bakery uses our own flour to produce a range of breads, traybakes, savouries and cakes.


New Years Rain

New Years Rain3rd January 2023

Large log washed down headrace

The heavy rain over New Year raised the water level in the Cairn Beck from where we draw our water supply. Whilst there was no risk of flooding this time, the level of water in the head race was sufficient for it to top the cascade and water to go over the overflow. The level was also high enough to top the control gates for the waterwheel and cause the wheel to turn slowly. The mill when closed down for Christmas was left in a position that if this occurred no damage to the machinery would happen.

When we get these high water levels we tend to get a lot of debris washed down the headrace. Because the spill gate by which we control the level of the water in the headrace is relatively narrow it can get partially blocked reducing the amount of water able to escape from the headrace and so keeping the level artificially high. Over the years we have had also sorts of debris washed down usually small branches and other lengths of wood that get stuck across the gateway. The log that washed down this New Year must be the biggest we have had to date. After a bit of a struggle it has been removed without anyone getting wet.