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.

To find out more about the aims of the Saltford Brass Mill Project and read our recent annual reports, click here:
Saltford Brass Mill Project
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Brass Mill History
Brass Production
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Mill Building
Annealing Furnace
Battery Mill
Rolling Mill
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The Brass Mill has recently undergone a major program of repair and maintenance.  The work was undertaken by Bath and North East Somerset (B&NES) council, who hold a long-term lease for the building.  The work was completed at the of 2014, allowing the Saltford Brass Mill Project to re-establish a program of regular opening to visitors in 2015.
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To find out more about the aims of the Saltford Brass Mill Project, click here
Click here to find out more about the 2014 restoration