Contributed by Woodbridge Tide Mill
4/11/2019 - Woodbridge Tide Mill
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum and local AmDram group ‘The Company of Four’ are celebrating after the success of the recent ‘Thrill at the Mill’ events, which took place at the Tide Mill during this years Halloween festivities.
The events, which raised funds for the upkeep of the iconic building, entertained guests with the transformation of the Mill as it became the stage for a selection of haunting characters inspired by the Tide Mill’s grizzly history.
Lily Griffiths from The Company of Four says of these events “The Company of Four are delighted to have been a part of this and can’t wait to continue to grow this event in years to come. It was a joy to bring some of Mill’s haunted history to life and will be introducing even more surprises next year.”
Tide Mill’s Chairman of Trustees, John Carrington says, “With the 850th anniversary of Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum approaching next year, I was thrilled to see the local community come and support this historic landmark. We’ve got such an integral piece of British history right here on our doorstep, so we’re happy that the money raised can keep the legacy going for years to come.”
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum host a variety of events throughout the year to support the local community and local schools can book educational visits for those interested in finding out more about iconic Woodbridge Tide Mill.
Photo credit: Simon Ballard
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