Now it's not often you apply for a job that states 'no experience required' but a role has been advertised that's so rare - the successful candidate is expected to have no prior knowledge of the job whatsoever.
Yes the role is for a position at Britain's only operational tide mill in Hampshire to produce flour at the 900 year old site that used to be owned by the King of England.
So if no experience is required - what are they looking for? Juliette Fletcher reports.
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