Chesterton Windmill Family Shoot
16 August 2020
We spent a lovely day at the Chesterton Windmill in Warwickshire. The windmill is a Grade 1 listed 17th-century cylindric stone tower with an arched base. It stands on a hilltop overlooking the village of Chesterton, near the Roman Fosse Way, five miles south-east of Warwick. The windwill was built around 1632–1633, by Sir Edward Peyto, who was Lord of the Chesterton Manor House. It was originally built as an observatory but has always been a windmill, making it the earliest tower mill in England to retain any of its working parts.
The girls had fun playing in the windmill and we had a lovely picnic overlooking the wheat fields. After our afternoon at the windmill we headed to Jephson Gardens in Leamington. The gardens were beautiful and had lots of great things for the girls to do, including the sensory gardens. We also had a lovely ice cream from the Aviary Cafe in the park.
Here are a few photos from our day!
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