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algarth Mill is a fully restored 18th century flour mill in the town of Talgarth in Wales. It is powered by the River Ellywe that flows from the Black Mountains. It is run by volunteers and welcomes visitors from Wednesday to Saturday. Visitors can enjoy tours of the mill, a riverside café, an in-house bakery and a shop. The mill also supports various educational and cultural projects for the community.
Talgarth Mill is a green energy project that aims to create a sustainable education and renewable technologies centre with space for local enterprise and a gallery. The project also renovated the mill cottage and reinstated the old mill as a working flour mill where bakery products are produced and sold in the local area. The project also supports the local community and the environment by using water power, sourcing local ingredients, providing training and employment opportunities, and sponsoring educational and cultural events.
- Actively reduces consumption
- Sustainable build
- Solar powered or renewable energy
- Funds projects
- Local or organic food