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    AfSM Newsletter, Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, Carbon Charter, DDFAS, Deben Decorative & Fine Arts Society, Eling Tide Mill, Events, Exhibition, Frazer Hale, Free Opening, Gingerbread Easter Trail 2016, Heritage Lottery Fund, Maritime Woodbridge, Mill restoration, National Mills Weekend, Nigel Barratt, Paddy Bishopp, Pop Up Restaurant, Press, Quiz Night, Robert Simper, Schools, Shuck Launch Party, Summer Trail, The Cake Shop Woodbridge, The Moon over the Water, The River Deben, Tide Mill Flour, Tide Mill Guide, Tide Mill Newsletter, Tide Mill Warden, Vernon Blackmore, Volunteers required, Woodbridge Regatta, Woodbridge Riverside Trust, Woodbridge Shuck, Woodbridge Tide Mill, Young Arts project
     

    Hexachordia musicians enchanted an audience at the Tide Mill on Saturday 26th. The evening began with a welcome drink and tasty treats prepared by Anne Barratt using Tide Mill flour. After chatting on the sunlit boardwalk, we continued with an hour long musical and story telling programme. The theme was food and the time was the Renaissance, with amusing, informative and beautiful pieces to enjoy. We listened to traditional instruments and three piece vocal harmonies, interspersed with fascinating accounts of recipes, feasts and Renaissance frivolity.

    Deben Radio interview with Trustees


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    Deben RadioDee McLeavy from Deben Radio catches up with Woodbridge Tide Mill Trustees Nigel Barratt and Bob Spillett on the last day of this years Woodbridge Shuck Festival celebrating the seafood available in the area. On a beautiful but gusty day they bring us up to date with the operation of the Mill since it re-opened in April 2012. Visitors can learn more about the history of the Mill and the working lives of those who ran it. Volunteers are always welcome or you can join the Friends Group to show your support.

    The volunteer Millers are now milling flour from East Anglian grown wheat.

     

    Woodbridge Tide Mill’s Great “Bake Off”


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    Peter Wright examining an entrySunday 13th October saw the judging of the “Great Woodbridge Bake Off”, organised by Woodbridge Tide Mill in collaboration with The Cake Shop Bakery in Woodbridge’s Thoroughfare.

    Despite the rain, intrepid bakers came down to Woodbridge Tide Mill for the first annual local “Bake Off” competition. The participants had a choice to make either a wholemeal loaf, herb and onion bread or a carrot cake, all made with the Tide Mill’s very own stoneground strong wholemeal flour.

    Peter Wright, from The Cake Shop in Woodbridge was the judge, and confessed to some difficulty in picking the winners, saying, “the standard of baking was outstanding and it just goes to show that it isn’t just bread that can be made with the high quality wholemeal flour from the Tide Mill.” Not only did Peter judge the competition, he also gave out some very useful hints and tips for the bakers to take home with them ready for their next bake.

    Lord Framlingham, a friend and Patron of the Woodbridge Tide Mill was on hand to give the prizes and congratulate the winners, in front of around 40 interested spectators.

    Nigel Barratt, chairman of the Woodbridge Tide Mill Trust said of the event: “This was a great start to our annual “Bake Off” competition and hopefully next year will be even bigger and better.”