Hainbury Mill

Hainbury mill is thought to date to the medieval period, the earliest records date to 1392 when it is referred to as Haynebergnmylle (Aston and Murless 1978, Dunning 1974:172).

The medieval mill of Hainbury was known as Hainbury Factory in the early 18th century and was used for flax production (Aston and Murless 1978, Warren 1996:34).

In 2010 Western Renewable Energy (WRE) installed an Archimedes screw. Power: 23kW,  Head: 1.6m 

Water source is the river Yeo


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