Yesterday I was on Windmill overload. Rosie and I went to Lincoln Castle and on the journey we passed two windmills that I have not previously included on my bread pages.
Ellis Mill is owned by the Museum of Lincolnshire Life and is run separately by volunteers. It is a typical 18th century tower mill dating from 1798, though there is record of an earlier windmill on the site. The mill is only open in the afternoon at weekends. It mills wholemeal flour when the wind is suitably inclined and the flour can be purchased on site.
website has a list of suppliers, so there may be a local shop that is not too far away.
These mills will now be added to my bread pages under specialist suppliers.