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Cogglesford Watermill

East Rd, East Rd, Sleaford NG34 7EQ, UK

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About Cogglesford Watermill

Cogglesford Watermill is thought to be the only Sheriff's watermill still in operation in England. The mill sits to the north of Sleaford on banks of River Slea. There is archaeological evidence of a Saxon mill on the site and records in the Domesday book of later mills; the present redbrick structure dates to the late 18th century, with alterations from the 19th Century.

Attractions near Cogglesford Watermill

Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum5.46km from Cogglesford Watermill

Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum portrays the fascinating story of this historic establishment from its early days as a Royal Naval Air Service base to the current day. It includes interactive exhibits including a Jet Provost flight simulator, Vampire T11 Cockpit, exhibitions and artefacts. There is also a courtyard area with Jet Provost aircraft on display.

Heckington Windmill7.55km from Cogglesford Watermill

Set in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside, this Grade I listed windmill was built in 1830 with eight sails.  It forms the centerpiece of a complex set of historic buildings where visitors can experience how food is produced using natural power. It is a working mill producing stone-ground flour and it is planned that 2020 will see work commence on the repairs to the sail machinery. The windmill is designated a Grade I listed building.

Mrs Smith's Cottage14.48km from Cogglesford Watermill

This is a beautiful cottage located in Navenby, Lincolnshire and owned by North Kesteven District Council. It was the home of Hilda Smith from 1922 until 1995, just before her death at a remarkable 102 years of age. One of the iconic attractions in this area and is an example of the olden ages.

National Trust - Belton House15.96km from Cogglesford Watermill

Belton House is a Grade I listed country house in the parish of Belton near Grantham in Lincolnshire, which was built in 1685-8 for Sir John Brownlow. It has over 1300 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland to explore. There are a variety of walking routes around the estate and through the parkland and woods as well as around the lake.

Belton Woods Hotel16.65km from Cogglesford Watermill

Belton Woods, a four-star hotel that’s all about relaxation and fun, Set in 475 acres of gorgeous Lincolnshire countryside.  One of the beautiful palc3e for a luxury stay and dine.  As one of their extra family-friendly hotels, you can be sure to find lots of fun things to see and do nearby that will entertain the whole family.

National Trust - Tattershall Castle17.72km from Cogglesford Watermill

Tattershall Castle is an extraordinary historic site in Lincolnshire that shows evidence from the Early Medieval to the present. The castle and manor passed to the Cromwell family in the mid-fourteenth century and served as the manorial and administrative center of their estates. The building was restored by Lord Curzon between 1911 and 1914 and contains four great chambers with enormous Gothic fireplaces, tapestries, and brick vaulting. There are spectacular views across the Fens from the battl

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Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England.  The majority of tourism in Lincolnshire relies on the coastal resorts and towns to the east of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The county has some of the best-known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom, which are a major attraction to visitors from across England, especially the East Midlands and parts of Yorkshire.