National Mills Weekend is the annual national festival of our milling heritage and enables people to visit a wide range of mills, including Coultershaw. Until the advent of the steam engine, wind and watermills provided the only source of power for many different processes – from making flour, paper, cloth to hammering metal and extracting oils. There have been mills at Coultershaw from before the Domesday survey of 1086, until 1973 when the last mill was demolished. The mills were located here on the River Rother so that they could be powered by river water. Coultershaw had a variety of mills over the centuries- corn mills, fulling mills and malting mills. The remains of the mills can be seen together with the impressive waterwheel-powered beam pump.
- Demolition Photos – 1973 August 9, 2020
- Robin Wilson – photos February 5, 2020
- Robin Wilson CBE February 2, 2020
- Coultershaw open during National Mills Weekend on Sunday 10th May 2019 February 22, 2018
- Coultershaw Souvenir Mug now on sale May 18, 2017