Melin y Pant

The remains of this windmill stand next to a dilapidated farm building near Bull Bay and is itself in very poor condition. Its proximity to windswept cliffs means that it was well sited for wind power, but has also probably contributed to its decline.

Little is know about the mill except that it was marked as already disused on an 1899 Ordnance Survey map. It is a small mill, which didn't have enough room inside for a millstone, so it was probably used to drive machinery in the adjacent building.

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Last modified 12 September, 2018