updated on 03/08/2020

Food hygiene


Bourne Mill

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Date of inspection:

18 April 2018

Risk score:

Hygienic handling of food is considered to be good

Cleanliness, condition of facilities and building are rated good

Management of food safety is also considered to be good

Last update from FSA 07 August 2020


A delightful piece of late Elizabethan playfulness. Built for banquets and converted into a mill in the 19th century. Just a mile south of Colchester sits Bourne Mill, a grade 1 listed building steeped in history. It was built as a fishing lodge in 1591, converted to a fulling mill around 1640 and then converted to a corn mill in about 1840, which continued working until the 1930s. It is well worth a visit for all the family.

Tourist Attractions, Conservation Charity, Limited parking for cars available on property On road parking available in close proximity
gardens & parks preservation, nature & wildlife preservation, coast & countryside preservation, collections sites & monuments preservation
Dogs welcome on lead, Pond dipping equipment and lawn games available, Baby back-carriers and buggies allowed in the properties, Free hire of pond-dipping equipment and lawn games, Family activities available on site, Limited parking for cars available on property. On road parking available in close proximity., Grassy paths and slopes, Some steps around grounds, Building accessible via slope, Steps into lower floor and ladder stair to upper floor
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