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  • 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


  • First Annual General Meeting date set


    Thursday 16th September 2021


  • Grant from the Culture Recovery Fund

    Grant received from Culture Recovery Fund through Cultura Trust

    Cultura Trust has received a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund in respect of Warwick Bridge Corn Mill



What is the Share Offer

Now that the restoration of the building and historic machinery at Warwick Bridge Corn Mill is complete it is necessary to move onto the next stage. A Community Benefit Society has been formed under the name of Warwick Bridge Corn Mill Ltd. The share offer is to raise capital so that the Society can fit out both the mill and a bakery to allow them to operate on a commercial basis and so ensure the future of the mill as part of the community.  

This public share offer is a time limited opportunity for you, your family and friends, local groups and organisations, local businesses and other community supporters to invest in a once-in-a-generation chance to manage the Corn Mill at the heart of our community.

But this is not just about running the mill, it’s about preserving the history and heritage of the village and investing in the future of the area and its people.  To create a Community Mill, run by the Community.

Please have a look at the ITV Border news item on the Mill by clicking here. Many thanks to ITV Border for producing this and allowing us to use it.

To lease and finish the fitting out of the Mill and Bakery will cost £120,000.  We can raise that money by selling shares in Warwick Bridge Corn Mill Limited – and everyone who buys a share becomes a member of the Society. We are looking to the people of the Warwick Bridge and wider area for support – as well as relatives, friends, and others far and wide.

We have to raise a lot of money in about six weeks, so we’re asking for a minimum of £100 (that’s 1 share). Groups, organisations, and businesses can also invest. However, no one shareholder or organisation can buy more than 120 shares (£12,000).

The offer is available from 12th November until 10th January 2020 or when the maximum target is reached, whichever is sooner.  The management committee reserves the right to extend the offer beyond this initial period if they believe doing so would be of benefit.

Please invest to help the Corn Mill but before you do so, it is very important that you read the share offer document.  It provides you with information about the share issue, the Society, and how the Corn Mill will do business in future. You can also get information from our Business Plan and the Rules applicable for our Society.

Share Offer Application Form

Alternatively, you can also apply for our share offer online by clicking here.

Warwick Bridge Corn Mill Business Plan

This business plan has been developed to support development of Warwick Bridge Corn Mill which is the only surviving corn mill serving the surrounding area, Cumbria.

Warwick Bridge Corn Mill Model Rules

Model Rules for Community Ownership

If you need these documents in large format please feel free to get in touch via email.