Cenarth Mill is first recorded in the 1180s, but the present rubble-stone building on the banks of the river dates to the late 18th century and most of its machinery dates to the 19th century.

West Wales and Welsh Waterwheels – a personal perspective

We are glad to inform you that the autumn lectures of the Ceredigion Historical Society will be shown via Zoom.

In the first lecture, the writer and broadcaster, Richard Keen, will be discussing ‘West Wales and Welsh Waterwheels – a personal perspective

on Saturday, 10 October, at 2.30pm

If you would like to view this talk, we would be grateful if you could contact Michael Freeman (michael.freeman9@btinternet.com) before Friday, 9 October *


The Society welcomes new members, whether they live in Ceredigion or elsewhere in the world.

Details of the 2020 programme of events and how to join can be found on our website.

We appreciate your continued support during this past year and hope that you can join us next Saturday, 10 October.

*E-mail addresses will remain confidential

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