The mill is missing its sails( due to be fitted very soon) but it is still worth the £2 fee to climb to the top. Walk the gallery, the view is terrific, really appreciated the binoculars available for peering into the distance. Flour is available at the shop at a great price. I bought 'special' brown flour and a bag of bran. But the real gem is the tea shop. With an extensive menu and super 'specials' board it would be impossible not to find something to eat. From goulash to cake, via spicy carrot soup, Brie and apple sandwich the range of food on offer is imaginative and well made. Next time we come to Lincoln we will try to stay nearer so that we can visit more often.
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