The Maud Foster Mill in Boston is one of the UK’s finest working windmills. The mill uses wind power to produce flour on a commercial basis - up to three tonnes per week.
The compilation of a new 24-page information booklet for visitors to the mill was undertaken by Luke Bonwick in collaboration with the Maud Foster Mill Partnership. Its content is inspired by elements of Key Stages 2 and 3 of the National Curriculum. The publication charts the history of the mill since its construction in 1819, as well as discussing the processes used at the mill to convert wheat grain into flour.
This publication is available for £2.00 + £1.50 P&P (UK only).
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Maud Foster Mill and Maud's Tea Room are open to the public all year round - see the website at www.maudfoster.co.uk for more details.