Wood Crafts and Autumn Market at Combe Mill In Steam Sunday 15th October

Fathers day come along down

Combe Mill `In Steam` Blenheim Palace Sawmills, Combe, Oxon OX29 8ET

Sun 15th October`Themed`event `Wood Crafts and Autumn Market

Free Cream Tea/Cake or Coffee  for every father group accompanied by a child.

Combe Mill will be open `In Steam` with all machinery running, Late 19th Century Grade 11 Listed Water Mill on Blenheim Palace Estate by the River Evenlode, in its day the workshop for Blenheim Palace estate, not to be missed.

Tea Room open for refreshments, seating in the Picnic area by the River Evenlode or on the balcony.  Dogs on leads most welcome.

Have you an interest in Engineering, or would like to volunteer at Combe Mill, we are always ready to welcome  Volunteers, come down to Combe Mill any Wednesday or `In Steam` Sunday to see exactly what goes on,  you might just like to join the team.

Adults £9.00, Seniors £7.50  Children are now FREE.    Web Site  combemill.org


Open every Wednesday from 22nd March to End of October self-guided tours with volunteers around with lots of information. 10.30am  to 3.30pm

£5.00 Adults, Seniors £4.00   Children Now FREE

Tea Room open if you would like to call in for refreshments, Cream Tea, Cake , Ham roll, Coffee , Tea and soft drinks. To enjoy seating on the Balcony or in the Picnic area by the River Evenlode.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Margaret Gruber
Contact Position
01993 358694 01993 358694
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Where to go

Combe Mill
Blenheim Palace Sawmills,
OX29 8ET
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sunday 15th October 10.30am to 5.00pm
Time of day
Session Information
All day


£9.00  Per day

Seniors £7.50 Children now FREE

Additional Information

Providing services to
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
Young people


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