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Hessle Mill and Chalk Walk

On Hessle foreshore, in the shadow of the north tower of the Humber Bridge, stands Hessle Whiting Mill, a unique example of an early nineteenth century whiting windmill. The mill forms part of the Humber Bridge Country Park’s Chalk Walk heritage trail.

 

Hessle Mill Christmas Event

Wonderful Winter, a seasonal celebration at Hessle Mill and the
Humber Bridge Country Park
Free drop-in activities, 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm.
Take a little time out this busy December and enjoy a mid-winter visit to the woods of the country park and the mill on the spacious
foreshore. Explore inside the mill which is open for this special day and make some beautiful natural decorations for your Christmas or
outdoor trees.
We challenge children and families to spot all our red robins hiding on a trail around the mill, climbing up to the upper levels for winter themed storytelling, activity sheets and popular colouring-in.
Walk into the country park for a drop-in workshop to make tree decorations using natural materials. We invite you to select and cut a fresh willow stem from our living willow screens at the bird feeding station, and artist Michele will guide you through making festive
stars, trees, snowflakes and wands.
On the day you will also have the chance to meet the Victorian mill and quarry owner, Mr William Hearfield!
Enjoy some peaceful and festive times with us.

Hessle Mill

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Hessle Mill Christmas Event