Rudhall Mill, Weston under Penyard
Worked by the Gammond family from the 1860s. The mill ceased work around the time of WWI, and was used as a golf club house from the 1920s, a grain and animal feed store from the 1940s and a house from 1990.
|Mill functions||Corn mill|
|Location||Weston under Penyard|
|NGR||SO 62761 25474|
Anthony Bryan, Mills Research Group Database
Coates, S D and Tucker D G, Water-mills of the Middle Wye Valley: The River Wye and its tributaries (Monmouth District Museum Service, 1983)