Saltford Brass Mill
Saltford Brass Mill is situated on the banks of the River Avon in the village of Saltford, 5 miles west of the City of Bath in the South West of England.

The Brass Mill is the only surviving building, still with a furnace and working water wheel, remaining from a group of eighteenth century mills making copper and brass goods in the Avon Valley between Bristol and Bath.

The Brass Mill is cared for by a dedicated group of volunteers (The Saltford Brass Mill Project) who carry out husbandry tasks within the building and research the fascinating history of the Copper and Brass Industry.
Saltford Brass Mill Project
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Brass Production
1995 Restoration
Mill Building
Annealing Furnace
Battery Mill
Rolling Mill
Opening times of Saltford Brass Mill
The Brass Mill has undergone a number of programmes of restoration, renovation and repair; three particular programmes  being in 1995, 2014 and 2018. Click on the links below to find out more about these programmes.
If you would like to get involved, please contact us for more information at:
Aims of the Saltford Brass Mill Project
2014 Renovation
To find out the opening times of Saltford Brass Mill, click here:
Registered Charity Number  1174901

Scheduled Monument            1004607

Grade II* Listed Building        1384676

Opening Times
Saltford Brass Mill Project
Restoration, Renovation and Repair
The Saltford Brass Mill Project was founded in 1997 and registered as a Chartiable Incorporated Organisation in 2017.  Click here to read the aims of the project and recent annual reports:
2018 Survey and Repair
The Brass Mill is host to a wide variety of wildlife, including: fish: birds (swans; kingfishers, herons, shags, and others); and insects (damselflies, butterflies and spiders).  But recent visitors which have attracted our attention are otters.  Click on the link below to see video footage of otters playing around the waterwheel.
Otters at Saltford Brass Mill