Tocketts Mill


Tocketts Mill iis a watermill by Tocketts Beck, located about a mile and a half north-east of Guisborough. The mill seen today was built in c.1810, erected on site of an earlier mill.[1] The mill, fields, woodland and the Tocketts valley of were purchased by the first Earl of Zetland (1766-1839). The mill had high-grade milling stones, able to process wheat, rye, beans, peas and oats.The ground floor of the mill was also used as a buttery. The mill decommissioned from commercial work in 1960.[2] Following a period of disuse the water wheel and other machinery at the mill have been repaired and restored.Today the mill is the centre pice of Tocketts Mill Country Park & Restaurant. Tocketts Mill is a Grade II* listed building. The miller's house attached to the east side of the mill is Grade II listed.

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Tocketts Mill

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Tocketts Mill

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Approaching Tocketts Mill

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TOCKETTS MILL - List Entry
- "Watermill. Erected c.1810 (on site of earlier mill). Chevron dressed sandstone; Welsh slate roof; hipped to L.H.S. (W.) ; stone ridge/gable copings, brick stack against E. gable ...

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Tocketts Mill Country Park & Restaurant
- Official Website of Tocketts Mill Country Park & Restaurant

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The Water Mill
- "....The Manor of Tocketts is recorded in the Domesday Book from 1086 named as Tosceton. The mill, fields, woodland and the valley of Tocketts were originally purchased by the first ...

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