Historic Property Restoration are delighted to have secured the £1.2M project to restore Warwick Bridge Corn Mill in conjunction with The North East Civic Trust.
The mill has remained almost unchanged as part of the village and its life since the 1840s, though it can trace its origins back to the era of the Doomsday Book.
The Corn Mill is on the Heritage at Risk Register, and is Grade II* listed, indicating its significance - partly due to the fact that it has retained its milling machinery and water course, enabling it to be brought back into its original use.
The project will provide an important visitor attraction and it is hoped that the Mill will once again be put back into use with a bakery business in the building.
Such a unique restoration scheme represents a very exciting opportunity for all of the team at HPR Ltd, and we are very much looking forward to starting the project in late July 2018