The nights may be drawing in but you can still take part in the Great British Mill Race. Send us your mill interior pictures or review our Mills Database from your computer, table or smartphone to see what you can help us update. Read on to see the latest prize winning entries.
The Great British Mill Race launched over National Mills Weekend in May 2016. Since then thanks to the information and pictures you have sent in to www.gbmillrace.org we have been able to update hundreds of entries on our Mills Database.
Thank you for taking part in the Great British Mill Race!
Autumn and winter may be upon us, but we still want you to get involved in the Great British Mill Race.
Help us as we race against time to save a record of our milling heritage
Please send us pictures of mill interiors. We are interested to see the machinery inside mills. Or why not review some of your mill pictures taken over the summer (during better weather we hope!) and send those in? Alternatively browse our Mills Database for mills you know or have visited. Send us any more detailed or up to date information about the mill (or historic mill site) you have and we will update our records.
Just visit www.gbmillrace.org to get involved by sending us your mill pictures and information.
For further guidance on taking part, click here.
Latest Great British Mill Race winners
To celebrate all the fantastic entries to the Great British Mill Race so far, we have awarded several autumn prizes (before we move onto the winter push for interior mill pictures).
One of those great winning entries is the image below: winner of ‘Most Attractive Welsh Mill Picture’ is Philip H. Williams for this striking image of Llynnon Mill, Anglesey.
We are also delighted to announce that Sara & Oscar Jarman are the winners in the best ‘Parent and Child Team’ category. Thank you for sending in so many fantastic mill pictures with accompanying information, Sara and Oscar! True Great British Mill Racers.
A big thank you and congratulations goes to Colin Smith, winner in the category of ‘Most Mill Entries Updated by One Individual’. As of mid November 2016, Colin along has helped us to update our records for 110 mills. Incredible!
Just remember to visit www.gbmillrace.org to take part.