STEMBRIDGE TOWER WINDMILL

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We found a mouse!! Where? There on the stair…..

We enjoyed a picnic at the foot of one of the last remaining Thatched windmills in the U.K, Owned by The National Trust this was a truly beautiful place to enjoy our tea, it seemed fitting to eat Edam cheese…
This was a stop off as part of our exploration of Somerset and was free.

Location
Grid reference: ST 433 304
OS sheet: 182
Postcode: TA10 9DJ
Turn north off B3153, 2 miles from Langport, follow signs for High Ham. Turn right opposite cemetery in village. Mill is ½ mile east of village.
The outside of the windmill is open to view at any time.

Here’s how we got on..

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This truly was a magical and picturesque place to stop off for a picnic… And it was free!!!

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