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Healings Flour Mill, Tewkesbury

The flour mill in Tewkesbury dates back to 1865 and produced flour for over 150 years.  Grain was shipped up the river from Avonmouth. It was closed in November 2006 and its future remains uncertain with large structural issues effecting the silo building

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6 comments

  1. My husband worked at hearings for thirty four years it should have been left as a museum and people paid to see how flour is milled for their bread

  2. Found this last weekend, shame to see something with such history in such a state. Would be so cool if it would convert to accommodation but doesn’t sound promising

  3. Yeah that silo really isn’t in good shape, before long it presumably will become too dangerous

  4. Hi LD
    Healings is now owned by a developer and has an uncertain future due to
    huge structural problems.The silo building leans at about 20 degrees due to
    sinking foundations and has sealed access.Cannot see this building being renovated due to huge cost.
    A GREAT SHAME AS THIS IS ONE OF THOSE vICTORIAN MILLS THAT
    EXPRESSED THE SPIRIT OF THE AGE.

  5. Yes it is but it’s also well sealed from what I was told recently.

  6. Do you know if this place is still abandoned?

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