Prendergast Mill, North Prendergast, Haverfordwest

A water-powered cotton mill and paper mill in the historic county of Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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This former eighteenth-century cotton mill, believed to be the only one in south Wales, was converted into a paper mill in 1816. The three-storey brick building straddled the southern end of a pond which was fed by 980m-long leat from a weir across the Westen Cleddau river. The mill is shown as in use on the 1889 first edition Ordnance Survey 25in map but marked as disused on the 1907 edition - it is thought to have stopped production in 1900. By 1985 the mill was in ruins and in 1986 was partially demolished.

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Power source Water
Mill type Watermill
River Western Cleddau
Mill function Cotton mill, Paper mill
Archive ID 13053
Location Haverfordwest
Historic county Pembrokeshire
Country Wales, United Kingdom
NGR SM 95367 17862
Latitude/longitude 51.82185257, -4.97058090




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