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Aerial view of Combe Mill

Swans on the Evenlode at Combe Mill

Bridge over the Evenlode to Julie's Meadow

Moorhen from the Evenlode in the Mill picnic area-photo Peter Trowles July 2018

Examining a hydraulic robot arm

Tony Simmons discusses the 1887 Cornish boiler with a Year 2 school trip

Thomas Bradford steam engine

Combe Mill in moonlight

Pied Wagtail in the Evenlode at Combe Mill -photo Peter Trowles July 2018

Large White butterfly at Combe Mill -photo Peter Trowles July 2018

Season’s Greetings for 2019

We re-open for visitors on Sunday 17 March 2019

However, we still welcome community group and school bookings and, of course new volunteers are always welcome on any Wednesday.

Don’t be the last to discover our amazing hidden gem of a place.

Can’t visit the Mill? Why not invite us to your group?

Are you responsible for finding interesting talks for a club or society? Do you find it difficult to visit Combe Mill with its legacy of working industrial engines? In either or both these cases, why not let us bring the Mill to you?

Mill Society Member, Nick Russell, gives a talk ‘The Mill on the Evenlode’, a history of the Blenheim Palace Sawmill and Combe Yard of which it is the most important part. Developments in the Yard were closely related to the history of the Blenheim Estate, the fortunes of the Dukes of Marlborough, and more recently the activities of members of the Mill Society who have restored and run the Mill. The talk is accompanied by a digital version of Victorian lantern slides. 

Get in touch with Nick at gro.l1547960470limeb1547960470moc@s1547960470klat1547960470 

Are you an Otter spotter?

We have a camera set up on the riverbank of the Evenlode in the hope of spotting our local Otter.  See if you have any success by clicking below to access the YouTube feed.

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