Number 30 made from photos of Thwaite Watermill


Since opening to the public in 1990, Thwaite Watermill has been a much loved place for people to learn about their shared past.

There has been a mill on the natural bend in the river at Thwaite for hundreds of years. Products produced there were varied and often surprising: from textiles to putty, via lubricants for sports cars and even food for local prisons!

Now a tranquil haven for wildlife and visitors alike, Thwaite Watermill has undergone many changes whilst remaining a constant presence to the community.


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