WORSBROUGH Mill and Country Park is marking National Mills weekend on Sunday with a day of activities celebrating the UK's milling heritage.

Between 10am and 3pm, visitors can explore the Mill, talk to the miller, find out more about the mill’s history by taking a guided tour, make flatbreads with the organic flour produced onsite, and enjoy free family craft activities.

The Mill is one of a small number of working watermills in the country, and first produced stoneground flour during the reign of Charles I in 1625. It has a fascinating history and has been an important part of flour production in the borough for centuries.

It will be a unique opportunity to find out more about the Mill and see its water wheel, millstones and historic machinery.

Jon Finch, Head of Culture and Visitor Economy said: “Worsbrough Mill and Country Park is a special place to visit, bringing history and nature together in the most remarkable way. Our National Mills celebration event is a unique opportunity to explore the history and heritage of our working watermill through a variety of activities and events. We hope this event will inspire people of all ages to learn more about the fascinating story of Worsbrough Mill and its role in our community.”