The Corn Millers Guild – An organisation dedicated to the production of flour and other products by traditional stone milling methods
Midland Mills Group – A local group for people interested in mills in the Midlands
SPAB – Mills Section – The National organisation for those interested in wind and water mills
Federation Des Moulins de France – French federation for heritage mills and their protection.
Argos Hill Windmill – A rare Sussex post mill.
Bircham Windmill – Another of the few surviving working windmills.
Caudwell’s Mill – A water powered roller flour mill a few miles from Heage.
Pine Lodge Holidays – Places to Stay
Derby Photos – Photos of Derby and Derbyshire and so much more. Site run by Andy Savage, who also created the Heage Windmll Virtual Tour.
Heage Windmillers – Local traditional dance team
UK Mills Details of over 6000 UK Wind and Water Mills
Windmill World An extensive illustrated site about windmills
Windmill Hill The largest post mill in the country, in Sussex
TIMS (The International Molinological Society) The only organization dedicated to mills on a worldwide scale.
Derbyshire Mill Stones Lots of fascinating photos of millstones around the county
Mills Archive This archive preserves and protects records of our milling heritage. It has rescued over 2 million documents and images that might otherwise have ended up in a landfill site. It is ‘an Aladdin’s cave filled with memories’ and free to users. The collections show the rich and diverse crafts, buildings, machinery, equipment and people involved with mills in the UK and around the world.
The Archive’s flour milling history project From Quern to Computer now has a dedicated webpage where you can access all of the resources they have produced during the project: timelines, extended articles, a printed booklet and The Great British Mill Race.
Information pages with good information on the mill.
Amber Valley Info – lots of news and information about goings-on in the Amber Valley area
Let’s Go Britain – a guide to ‘family days out with the kids’