Hale Rd, Heckington, Sleaford NG34 9JW, UK
About Heckington Windmill
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.
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