THE LAST postmill in the north of England will be open to visitors this Easter Monday, April 25.#
As well as seeing the mill at Wrawby, near Brigg, there is also the chance to take part in an Easter egg hunt.#
Clues will be placed around the ground floor and around the outside of the mill and children will get a free egg when they solve the clues.
Wrawby Mill was built around 1760 on the site of an earlier mill and continued working until 1940.
By 1961 the mill was ready to collapse, but it was saved by a locally-formed preservation society and was fully restored to re-open in 1965.
The mill will be open from 2pm to 5pm.
Entry is £2 for adults and £1 for children, or a family ticket costs £5.
The mill will also be open the following Monday, May 2, for May Day bank holiday.
For more information call 01652 653699.