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Sareholl Mill

Sarehole Mill, Cole Bank Road, Birmingham, B13 0BD
Sareholl Mill

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A 250 year old idyllic watermill only four miles from Birmingham city centre.

There has been a mill on this site since 1542, but the current building dates from the mid-18th Century. In the 1850s a steam engine was installed and a chimney built, which provides Sarehole Mill with its distinctive silhouette.

The mill has connections with Matthew Boulton, who leased Sarehole Mill between 1756 and 1761 and used it as a ‘flatting mill’, producing sheet metal used for button manufacturing.

Another famous connection is with the author JRR Tolkien, author of the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy. He lived across the road from the mill. Later in life he stated how the mill and rural surroundings inspired his writings of Middle-earth.

Sarehole Mill is now home to a new modern day bakery which serves delicious freshly baked treats! You can now enjoy a pizza in the courtyard, or pre-order a freshly baked loaf of bread with our bake and take service available at our community shop.

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Road Directions

Sarehole Mill is located 5 miles south from Birmingham City Centre. For google maps and Sat Nav use postcode B13 0BD. Cole Bank Road (B4146) is off the Stratford Road (A34).

There is a small car park next to the Mill. We ask those travelling to the Mill by car to help keep Hall Green looking it’s best by not parking on the grass verges on Cole Bank Road.

Public Transport Directions

The closest train station is Hall Green Station (10 minutes walk away). Turn left onto Stratford Rd, then right at large crossing onto Cole Bank Rd. Entrance to the mill is located on the right hand side of Cole Bank Rd.

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* Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - Closed
Friday - Closed
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed

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