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Place Mill dates back to the 1200's and has been used to mill flour and finish clothing, we know it was working until 1908 when damage caused by the constant vibration of the machinery rendered it uneconomic to repair. Christchurch Borough Council restored the building in 1981 and ever since it has opened during the summer months to promote the work of local artists and craftsman. The Mill displays a collection of milling artefacts and is always worth a visit.

Located at the Town Quay, just off the Quomps it is worth a visit when you are in that area.