Newbold Mill, the site of a watermill for which there is documentary evidence in the Medieval period, but not again until the Imperial period. The present 19th century building has been converted into housing by 1947. It is 500m east of the church, Newbold on Stour.
1 Mentioned in 1299, but nothing else is known of its early history. Details of ownership exist for the mid 19th century onwards. It is not certain when the mill ceased working, but by 1947 it had been converted into a residence. A large three-storey brick building dating from the 19th century. All the machinery has been removed.
2 Extent of site plotted from 3rd edition OS map.