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Sibsey Trader Mill

About Sibsey

Sibsey is located within the Lincolnshire Fens. It lies on the A16, 5 miles north of Boston and 39 miles east of Lincoln. A small village it is surrounded by agricultural land, but within easy reach of the market town of Boston and the coastal resort of Skegness.
The village’s most notable landmark is the Sibsey Trader Windmill. It has been restored to full working order and is open to the public.

Sibsey Village Hall Fete

On June 9th 2012 the Village Hall will be hosting a fete in honour of it's 50 year anniversary. More details see Sibsey Village Hall's Facebook page

 

Trader Mill

Originally built in 1877 Trader Mill has been restored to full working order by English Heritage and is open to the public.

The six storey mill still produces organic stone ground flour, which is then used in produce in the mills award winning tea rooms (In the top 10 of Lincolnshire‘s Tea Rooms according to Lincolnshire Life 2003/4).

Current opening times and admission charges can be found on English Heritage’s Website.

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