Hundreds of people visited Suffolk’s last working water mill during last week’s Heritage Weekend.
Those visiting Pakenham Water Mill saw ancient crafts like long bow making, spinning, pole-lathe turning, stone carving, and pargetting being demonstrated.
They also got the chance to sail on the millpond in a traditional Stour coracle and watch bread being baked in the 18th century brick oven in the miller’s house.
On Saturday, visitors will be treated to another usual sight when a procession of 10 vintage steam traction engines calls there as part of a ‘road run’ organised by the Friends of Bardwell windmill.
They are expected at Pakenham at around noon.
A barbecue and other refreshments will be available and the mill will be open from 11.30am.