Stour Valley Way: Cutt Mill, Hinton St Mary

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Bournemouth, United Kingdom

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Stour Valley Way: Cutt Mill, Hinton St Mary

Just upstream from Sturminster Newton (Dorset, England), Cutt (or Cut) Mill is one of three grain mills in the area, the others being at Fiddleford and Sturminster Newton.

The mill is now a ruin after a fire in 2003 and the present bricks and mortar date from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. However, it is believed that grain may have been milled on this site for 2000 years or more,

Certainly there was a working mill at Hinton St Mary at the time of the Domesday Book in 1086.

The earliest millers on record were John Rake and his son Ambrose, who died in 1752 and 1789 respectively.

Search ‘Stour Valley Way’ for other views of the River Stour.

Date: 16th September 2018.

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