Objects; to preserve, maintain and develop Stotfold Watermill, a building of special architectural and historical interest, as a working watermill and display of rural life artefacts for the education and benefit of the public.
It is vital that we keep this gem of rural history alive. Having burnt down in 1992 it has now been completely restored. It opened to visitors for the first time in 2006 and produces quality stone ground flour. The mill organises two major fundraising events a year in May and October to enable the mill to open for the general public to enjoy.
Stotfold Watermill is run by volunteers and has established teams in education, milling, marketing and archives which support the Trust's objects. It is looking for people with skills in business management, strategic development and planning, governance of charities and financial management to help make a significant contribution to the further development and running of the mill.