Enjoy a visit to a Grade 2 Listed Windmill built in 1835. No longer used as a working mill, it has been restored by the Dereham Windmill Charity Trustees, Volunteers and Friends and reopened as a popular Exhibition Cent
Opening times: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 – 4:00.
Adults : £2.50 | Concessions: £2.00 | Under 16s: £1.00
A traditional tearoom serving a varied menu of all day breakfasts, a selection of light lunches, ‘Specials’ board, scones and sausage rolls, homemade cake plus various hot and cold drinks. Partea Hut make cream and savoury teas and take bookings for Afternoon Teas. Check out the website for more information or ring 07936-871393 to make a booking.
Saturday and Sunday – Dereham Windmill Charity Cafe
This cafe is run by Dereham Windmill volunteers and has a much more relaxed menu which is none the less tasty and varied. With sausage rolls, scones, homemade cake, cream and savoury teas plus the selection of hot and cold drinks.
There are five floors and although the steps are steep and not suitable for all, a video presentation on the ground floor tells the story of the windmill and includes footage of the upper floors and exhibitions. The windmill is set in extensive grounds with a detached Coffee Shop serving coffee/tea and delicious home made cakes. Full disabled facilities are available within the coffee shop and grounds, including a specially adapted picnic bench.
We welcome visitors to come and see monthly changing exhibitions held in this historic building.
The Windmill Community Hall/Coffee Shop
The Windmill Community Hall/Coffee Shop is now available to hire for meetings and small parties – cost of £25 for the first 2 hours and £10 for every additional hour. Contact Rebecca Sumner, 07951 193090, email@example.com
Donations or Volunteering
If you would like to help by donating or volunteering – please see the links on this website.
If you are interested in any aspect of Dereham Windmill, please get in touch by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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