Probable site of Medieval Mill with associated ponds and leats
A series of earthworks indicate the presence of a watermill. Documentary evidence suggests that the mill may date to the Medieval Period. The site lies 600m south of the National Agricultural Centre.
1 A number of earthworks survive, the most siginificant of which may represent the remains of a medieval watermill. There are a number of possible mill pools linked to a leat channel with an associated earthwork platform. The 1597 Stoneleigh Estate plan shows a mill.