SK5839 : Green's Mill, Sneinton, Nottingham

near to Nottingham, Great Britain

Green's Mill, Sneinton, Nottingham
Green's Mill, Sneinton, Nottingham
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Greenís Windmill is a restored and working 19th century tower windmill. It was owned and operated in the 19th century by the mathematical physicist George Green. You may tour the mill (especially on a windy day!) and discover the process of turning grain into flour. All the flour from Green's Mill is organically grown and available at the mill shop or by mail order. Green's Windmill has won 'best flour' in the Soil Association Organic Food Awards in partnership with You magazine; 2001 Winner for wholemeal spelt flour, 2002 Winner for white spelt flour and Commended for wholemeal spelt flour.
George Green was a mathematical genius who developed new ways of doing mathematics, which have helped scientists to understand the world around us. Test your brain power with the hands-on experiments in the Science Centre which explore electricity, magnetism and light, ideal for young children.
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