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The Mill at Worston
About the venue
The Mill at Worston was originally built by J Milner in 1814.
However, the existence of The Mill dates back to at least 1279, when historical documents show The Mill was being fought over in the Court of the Kings Bench, between Henry de Whyte and Elena de Wynerston… In later years The Mill became the property of Ranton Abbey and after dissolution of the abbey in 1538, it passed to a variety of landed gentry until J Milner purchased the property and rebuilt it… The Mill at Worston was a typical corn mill of its time, having three floors and an attic, and much of the machinery has been retained. The Mill at Worston is one of the country’s oldest water mills and is surrounded by beautiful gardens which provide an ideal backdrop to any photo. The function facilities have their own appointed bar, situated in a fine reception area with an excellent air conditioned function room enabling catering for up to 70 table served meals and buffets for up to 100 persons. We offer the perfect secluded business setting ideal for meetings and training programmes for up to 60 delegates. Having an ideal just out of town location with sign posted directions from junction 14 of the M6 means your delegates will travel to our location with ease, avoiding the congestion of town centres Brunch, lunch, dinner and beverages can be supplied throughout the day and evening to accommodate your schedule. We have a wide range of options, snacks and home cooked meals available for your consideration. As well as providing food in the conference room we can also offer the beautiful relaxing surroundings of our restaurant or gardens by the river and lakeside, offering the chance to relax in wonderful peaceful countryside surroundings. Our location and dedication to providing the perfect conference solutions are the qualities which make The Mill excel in being a first choice venue for your business.
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