Bourne Heritage Centre & Baldocks Mill

Bourne Heritage Centre & Baldocks Mill
Attractions | Bourne | Historic
Bourne Heritage Centre is just 200 metres from the Market Place, in the market town of Bourne. The building was one of three mills around the site of Bourne Castle. Two water wheels now power Baldock's Mill. Bourne has many famous sons and two of them are featured in displays at the mill. Charles Worth - who went to London and became the father of Haute Couture. Raymond Mays - the famous racing driver who developed ERA (English Racing Automobiles) and BRM (British Racing Motors) and became the father of Motor Racing.
21 South Street
Bourne
PE10 9LY
www.bournecivicsociety.org.uk
neskin@btinternet.com
01778 424740

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21 South Street
Bourne
PE10 9LY
www.bournecivicsociety.org.uk
neskin@btinternet.com
01778 424740

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