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Primary Reference Number (PRN) : 02876w Trust : Glamorgan Gwent Community : Margam Unitary authority : Neath Port Talbot NGR : SS81928235 Site Type (preferred type first) : Post-Medieval Corn mill Status : listed building II*, registered parks and gardens II*
Summary : 3-storey corn mill of early C19th date. Probably on the site of an earlier mill connected with Margam Abbey, referred to as early as 1291. The mill operated until around WWII. Remains of its mill machinery, tailrace, leat and masonry dam survive.
Description : Three-storey corn mill of early C19th date. Probably on the site of an earlier mill connected with Margam Abbey, referred to as far back as 1291. The mill operated until around WWII. Significant remains of its mill machinery and a surviving tailrace, leat and masonry dam survive.
The Handley Partnership , HAAbase built heritage assessment system: Buildings at Risk database
03/Hm Desc Text/1672-84/Penrice & Margam Manuscripts/NLB
02/Hm Desc Text/1291/Taxatio Ecclesiasticus/NLB
01/Pm Desc Text/Cadw/1992/Listed Building List
04/Pm Desc Text/Parkinson A/no date/Notes on Cardigan Foundaries/NMR(Wales)
Events : E004204 : Assessment of Mills and Water Power in Glamorgan and Gwent (year : 2012) E004244 : Field Visit to Llanmihangel Mill (year : 2012)