Mount Pleasant Windmill & Bakery, Kirton, Lincolnshire

Mount Pleasant Windmill & Bakery, Kirton, Lincolnshire

Mount Pleasant Mill is a traditional, four sail windmill north of Kirton-in-Lindsey, on the North Cliff Road, in the north of the county.

It was built in the late 19th century, circa 1875, for miller Edric Lansdall. It has a slightly tapering four-storeyed tarred tower mill with onion-shaped cap and fantail on top of the remaining roundhouse of a previously erected post-mill. There are breathtaking views over the Trent Valley and the Wolds and it was wind powered until 1936 when the sails were removed.

Milling by wind power did not recommence until renovations were completed in 1991 and, nearly a decade later, the premises was purchased to be used as an Organic Bakery by True Loaf Bakery Ltd, now grinding up to 10 different Pure Stoneground Organic Flours which are sold in the delightful tea room and to online customers.

True Loaf Bakery Ltd use only the finest quality Organic Grown British Wheat and are stoutly committed to organic farming. Flours are totally unbleached and untreated with nothing added or removed.

Milling is daily so total freshness is guaranteed.

Address Mount Pleasant Windmill
North Cliff Rd
Kirton in Lindsey
North Lincolnshire
DN21 4NH
Telephone 01652 640177
Area More information on Kirton