Visitors can explore the fully restored and working watermill which is still making delicious, stoneground flour from locally grown wheat and see the milling process. You can also taste the flour in home-baked scones and cakes in the adjoining tearoom.
Throughout the summer there are family bread-making days where children (and adults) can bake some bread to take home with them. And Victorian ‘school’ activities for children in Lady Waterford Hall, which was built as the village school in 1860 and is the centre-piece of historic Ford village, makes for plenty to see and do.
For your chance to win, simply send your name and contact details on a postcard to Living North, Studio 2, St Nicholas Chare, Newcastle NE1 1RJ or enter using our online competition form here. Mark your entries CORNMILL. All entries to be received by Friday 29 July 2016.
Ford and Etal Estates
Cornhill-on-Tweed TD12 4TJ
Terms and conditions: There’s no cash alternative and the prize is non-transferable. All children must be able to ride bikes unassisted.