TIDE MILL REOPENING PLANS On the basis of the latest advice from Government, the Tide Mill plans to reopen to visitors on Monday 17 May. Entry will again be limited to five visitors at a time and need to be booked in advance via the Mill’s website. The limit on visitor numbers should end from Monday 21 June. If so, advance booking will end from that point. If the Government guidance changes these arrangements will be modified to comply.
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December 2020 – Newsletter The latest Woodbridge Tide Mill Newsletter Features This Month: Mike Whitby’s Photography, Puzzle Page for Fun [?], There is a Tide in the Affairs of a Mill, Engineering and Milling Round-Up , Old Mill – New Clicks and more Click the image above for the full copy.
HE helps Tide Mill build School Resource Thanks to a generous grant from Historic England in early summer 2020 the Mill has been able to build it’s online education page to offer more to schools. Subjects vary from the Mill’s relationship with, and reliance upon, the tides, the Mill in the history of Woodbridge, Mill maintenance, Levers, Pulleys and Gears, From Soils to Sandwich to more light hearted subjects like dust, beer and the Tide Mill cat” The Mill has focussed on developing teaching aids and videos for teachers to help students at Key Stages 1, 2 and [...]
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum Wins 2020 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum today announced it has been recognized as a 2020 Travellers’ Choice Award winner based on a full year of Tripadvisor reviews, prior to any changes caused by the pandemic. According to Tripadvisor ‘award winners exemplify travellers’ ultimate favourite, top 10% of hospitality businesses around the globe’. John Carrington, Chair of the Woodbridge Tide Mill Charitable Trust, said: “It’s a little intriguing that a mill that has been on the site in Woodbridge for 850 years is in the top 10% of attractions worldwide according [...]
September 2019 – Newsletter The latest Woodbridge Tide Mill Newsletter Features This Month: Curator’s Coruscations, Mo Ling, Miller’s Chronicle, The Tide Mill’s Waterwheel and Spliced Columns & Tie Bars Click the image above for the full copy.
August 2019 – Newsletter The latest Woodbridge Tide Mill Newsletter Features This Month: Shipbuilding In Woodbridge, Whisstock’s Boatyard, Spot The Drone and much more Click the image above for the full copy.
July 2020 – Newsletter The latest Woodbridge Tide Mill Newsletter This addition announces the Mill's re-opening and includes articles such as Digital Education, Birds of the Tide Mill, Wendings Ends and many others Click the image above for the full copy.
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum is re-opening at weekends from 4 July! We are pleased to report that we have acquired the Industry Standard ‘Good To Go’ mark which means that Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum has followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, has a Risk Assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. You can find out more by downloading our new visitor guide here. Tickets for our opening weekend, 4th – 5th July and others are on sale at TicketGun.
June 2020 – Newsletter The latest Woodbridge Tide Mill Newsletter Features This Month: Lockdown News - various pages, See? Saws!, Engineering, Roman Water Mills and Carbon Charter Gold Click the image above for the full copy.
Locked down - not locked out! While Covid-19 keeps our visitors at home, many museums are offering increased digital access to their collections. Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum is no different. For the first time you can now view our three precious Production Log Books in their entirety. The books date from 1880, 1889 and 1907 and offer a detailed insight into the commercial life of the Tide Mill. The two older books are far too fragile for them to be handled regularly but now their pages have been scanned and saved as easy to browse pdf files. You [...]