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Jordans Mill works with lots of fantastic suppliers. We think it’s important for local businesses to support one another and our Riverside Café prides itself on fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
So, here’s a bit of information about where our eggs come from:
If you’ve had a breakfast at our Riverside Café lately then you’ve been enjoying Free Range eggs sourced from the Waresley based Wood Farm. The farm is a family-run business and all their eggs are packed on site, allowing them to keep their carbon footprint low. The family are dedicated to providing a happy and healthy life for their hens and they have acres of tree sheltered paddocks in which their chickens can roam. Their eggs are also Freedom Food and Lion Code Approved, so their quality is assured!
We have recently upgraded the Mill’s power system. As some of you may know, Holme Mills has been powered by a Victorian water turbine since its waterwheel was destroyed in the fire of 1899. The turbine was state-of-the-art during this time and is representative of the technological advances of the Industrial Revolution.
We have been informed from Central Bedfordshire Council that the roadworks are now due to start on the 23rd January. We will put more information up as we know it.
Jordans Mill have been informed that Southill Road (the road between Broom and Jordans Mill) will be closed for approximately seven weeks. Jordans Mill will remain open as usual during this period and apologises for any inconvenience caused to visitors.
Access to The Mill can still be gained via the Langford Road entrance, where visitors can then follow the signs towards the café, shop and mill.
Please see the map provided by Central Bedfordshire Council which details the road closure and alternative routes available.
Winter is finally here, most of the leaves have fallen off the trees and the Grey Squirrels are hunting for the last scraps of food that they can store away. The birds we see in our gardens might change too, as we begin to welcome visitors such as the Greater Spotted Woodpecker, Jay, Starling, Blackbird and even one of my favourites, the Robin. They all have to eat and you can do your bit by helping them.