The A.G.M. of the Society was held in February and at that Zoom meeting it was decided not to open the mill until Monday 30th August 2021 for a Family Fun Day. All being well the mill may also be open one day in September.
The Wine Tasting evening that has been cancelled twice will be re-arranged for early in 2022.
The Society donated a canvas photo of the mill to the village school and this is now in pride of place in the school entrance.
Items normally sold in the mill shop on open days can be bought through the Wool Shop in Brigg or call Susan on 01652 653699. We have some lovely new tea towels and aprons!
Further information about the Family Fun Day etc. will be in future magazines. Fingers crossed we will be able to see lots of people from the village and further afield before too long.
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