An iconic landmark of the Suffolk coast is celebrating a year of being up and running after a 50-year gap. The Tide Mill at Woodbridge is producing flour once more using only the power of the river.
For more than 800 years a tide mill has stood on the shores of the River Deben - looking across the estuary as curlew cry and oystercatchers screech.
In 1968 the Woodbridge Tide Mill - the last one working closed its doors for business. Nearly half a century later the wheels of industry are turning once more.
We are used to hearing about mills that have been restored and are now producing flour but this one is a bit special. It's the only working tide mill in the country and it's already earning its keep.
Five tonnes of flour produced in a year - selling to 18 local businesses. Among them the award winning Cake Shop in Woodbridge - where they use around 24 kilos of the tide mill flour a week.
The mill is open to the public - a window to the simplicity of our industrial heritage.