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Kibblestone District Scout Council
Kibblestone District Scout Council
Mosty Lea Mill

Mosty Lea Mill

Why we need your help

Mosty Lea Mill was built in the early 1700s, alongside the Scotch Brook in  the Moddershall valley.  It ceased production in 1962 and fell into disrepair.  It was partially restored in the 1980s and ownership transferred to Kibblestone District Scout Council in 1996.?

The mill is the only mill remaining in the Moddershall Valley where all the processes involved in grinding can still be seen, together with its water wheel, gears, pit wheel and grinding pan.

The mill is cared for by volunteer members of the Scout Active Support team at Kibblestone Scout Camp.  

All funds raised are used to maintain the buildings and keep the wheel and mill workings moving.


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