Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Leeds Castle: Mill

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51°14'54"00°37'41" show decimal

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Leeds Castle: Mill
Leeds, Maistone, Kent, ME17 1PL

The Mill was derelict for many years and had become overgrown. However, between 1985 and 1989 the area was restored by E. Filmer, the Castle stonemason. Part of the work included digging out the old waterwheel, and when completed a new channel created to allow water to flow through the mill to the main stream again.

How to get here:

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Walk: Enter the grounds and then follow the path past the Duckery and through the Wood Garden onto the Pavilion Green. Head up the steps on the far side and then down alongside the brook to the mill. +

 

Access: admissionStatus: recognisableMill

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«prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 17th August 2008 by Chuck Foster

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The Androids of Tara (1)
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Filmed: 24 Jul 1978
Romana tracks down the Key to Time to a statue.

 

Additional Notes:

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The creation of the new channel to allow water to run through the mill means that the path Romana took to reach the Key to Time "statue" no longer exists!

Where to walk to next?

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Leeds Castle: Western View (The Androids of Tara). From the mill front, head up the bank and then left along the lake's western bank.

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Leeds Castle: The Castle (The Androids of Tara). From the mill front, head up the bank and enter the barbican, then head up the path to the castle gates.

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Leeds Castle: Pavilion (The Androids of Tara). From the mill front, follow the brook to the bridge, then cross over and down the steps to the Pavilion Green.

Central Point for more locations

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Leeds Castle (The Androids of Tara). No route recorded to this location.

Related Stories

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The Androids of Tara [24-28 Jul 1978]: Tara

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