A corn mill in Cumbria is producing flour for the first time in more than 30 years to help keep up with the demand for home baking during the coronavirus lockdown.
Warwick Bridge Corn Mill was built in the 12th century, but was closed in 1989. In 2015 it was badly damaged by Storm Desmond, and since then has undergone a £2m restoration.
There were plans in place for the community-owned mill to open a bakery on-site later in the year, but millers decided to start production much sooner than expected, due to the rising demand for flour during lockdown as people bake more at home.
The mill is now supplying flour to local retailers including village shops in Wetheral, Houghton, and Corby Hill.
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