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Latest Announcements: Mill Shop, Gardens & Meadow open Thursday-Sunday 10am to 4pm. Coffee Shop open Thursday-Sunday 10am to 3pm.

FROM THE MILL 

Keep up to date with everything that's going on at Jordans Mill and never miss a thing.

What happening in the Gardens at Jordans Mill?

Our gardens are much more than a pretty walk, and a lot of what we do in the Mill gardens resemble the working of a real farm especially around diversity, sustainability and the protection of wildlife.

October has been a busy month and the winter cereals have all been sown ready for next year.

The wheat in the Norfolk four course rotation demonstration bed germinated very quickly. Most of the vegetable beds have been cleared and dug, some have been planted with Perpetual Spinach and Spring Cabbage, and  green manure has been added to help improve the soil condition.

Dogs are welcome at Jordans Mill

 

Thank you to those customers who brought their dogs in as part of our dogs on site trial. We are delighted to announce that dogs are very welcome at the Mill.

Where can dogs go?

Dogs are welcome in the gardens, meadow, and on the decking near the Cafe.

Early Closure

Dear Customers

Please note that Jordans Mill will be closing early on Saturday, 13th October at 2:30pm for a private function.

The site will reopen as normal on Sunday, 14th October.

Please accept our apologies.

For more information please call:  01767 603940

Gardeners corner this Autumn


Well autumn is with us and we have already had a few cold and frosty mornings .
 
We want to help you keep those gardens and small spaces in tip top condition so here are a few October jobs to get you going.

How did the traditional Sunday roast begin?


 

Who doesn’t remember sitting down with all the family and enjoying a big meal of gravy, veggies and roast meat, all cooked by mum, dad or the grandparents?

Whether you sat at the table or crashed in front of the tv, the Sunday roast has survived the test of time to remain a British tradition.

But where did it all begin?



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