A historic Mill in Shrewsbury will be one of six projects across the UK to be redeveloped with a lottery grant, to improve the UK's heritage tourism industry.
The Flax Mill Maltings, which has been run by English Heritage since 2005, consists of seven listed buildings including the iron-framed Main Mill.
Since 1797, the site was a flax mill until it became a maltings from 1897.
The site was closed in 1987, and has remained derelict for the past 30 years, it will be opened to the public in 2016.
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