Croeso i Gymdeithas Melinau Cymru

    Welcome to the Society’s Website

Mae’r Gymdeithas yn cymryd diddordeb ym mhob agwedd o felinyddiaeth yng Nghymru, gan cynnwys melinau gwynt a melinau dŵr

The Society studies, records, interprets and publicises the wind and water mills of Wales, encouraging general interest and advising on their preservation and use.

We are a voluntary, independent society for mill enthusiasts and always welcome new members. Find out more about our activities and the benefits of membership here.

Please contact us via enquiries@welshmills.org

About

The Welsh Mills Society was launched in October 1984. The aims of the Society are

..to study, record, interpret and publicise the wind and watermills of Wales

..to encourage general interest

..to advise on their preservation and use

..to encourage working millers.

The Society’s Annual General Meeting is held in October and a Spring regional meeting, alternating between north and south Wales, is held in late April. See forthcoming events for our next meeting.

The Welsh Mills Society arranges lectures, films, visits to mills, demonstrations and courses on mill recording techniques and millwrighting as well as actively publicising mills which are open to the public. Our members engage in a wide range of mill related activities.

Regular newsletters are sent to all members, together with the Society’s annual journal, Melin, containing articles on subjects relating to the Welsh mills scene.

Hanes Cymdeithas Melinau Cymru gan Gerallt Nash

History and Future of the Society by Gerallt Nash.

Forthcoming Events

Our Spring Meeting will be held by Zoom on Saturday 24th April 2021. Further details to follow.

Carew Tide Mill news:

Please note that Carew causeway will be closed for essential maintenance for a number of weeks from Monday 22 February onwards.  Although at present we are not allowed to travel due to covid it is possible this restriction will be lifted before the maintenance work is complete so it may not be feasible to celebrate by walking to the tide mill just yet.