Cobham Mill Elmbridge Surrey
About Cobham Mill
This picturesque early 19th century mill, is situated in delightful surroundings on the banks of the River Mole. It is Grade II listed and is the only surviving fully working watermill in Surrey. It was originally part of a much larger mill complex that once stood alongside. Its rural location next to the nearby weirs, the views over the adjacent fields and farmland, and the variety of local wildlife, make it ideally placed for leisurely exploration..
Come and discover how, after having been abandoned, vandalised, and allowed to fall into disrepair for decades, the mill has been restored and brought back to life. Now, with what remained of the original machinery recovered, carefully restored and reassembled, and some replacement parts manufactured, the milling of corn can once again be demonstrated.
Visiting the Mill – Admission is Free
The mill is operated and maintained by volunteers. The unavoidable costs of maintenance and repair are met by The Cobham Millers with the help and support of The Environment Agency and generous donations from visitors and the people of Cobham. There is limited selection of souvenirs that can be bought at the Mill. Also, flour produced by the mill, is occasionally available.
Normal Opening Times
The mill is open on the second Sunday of the month from April to October 2pm–5pm.
The milling of corn is carried out during these openings, and a short video presentation about the mill and its restoration is shown at intervals.
Parking and Toilet Facilities
On-site parking and toilet facilities are not normally available at the mill. On Sundays there is usually ample public parking in Cobham within easy walking distance of the mill. However, limited parking space for the elderly, infirm, or disabled can be reserved by special request provided that suitable arrangements are made and confirmed in advance.
Address & Contact Details
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us:
Phone: 01932 867387
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