Combe Mill

Combe Mill is situated in Oxfordshire between Witney and Woodstock, close to Long Hanborough. The Mill dates back to 1086 and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. In 1766 it was sold to the 4th Duke of Marlborough and has been part of the Blenheim estate ever since. In 2000 it ceased to be a working saw mill and in 2003 was listed Grade II by English Heritage. In 2010 it was leased by the Combe Mill Society. New information from Blenheim's archives has now been found about the Mill's role in WW2. 

 
Once a month the Mill is open 'in steam' when you can see the wonderful engine in working order, as it will be on the day of Combe Mill at War.

It is a beautiful setting next to the river Evenlode and the day promises to be full of entertainment and interesting things to see and do.

To see more about the Mill and their other events please visit the website by clicking here.