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North front of Dulverton Laundry

DULVERTON LAUNDRY

Roofscape of central Dulverton looking south-west to Battleton

The Dulverton mill leat starts at the weir in Lady Street where it leaves the river Barle to flow south through the western side of the town before

Sixteenth-century wood carving in Molland church.

Interior of a typical wheelwright's shop.

The hill today is a large stretch of open heather moorland between the rivers Barle and Exe.

There was a great demand for knitted stockings from the late 16th century and many were produced by Castle Cary stockingmakers who employed large numb

The Somerset Heritage Centre was built in 2010 on a huge brownfield site in the Silk Mills area of Taunton in the parish of Norton Fitzwarren.

Stogursey, being a very large and populous parish had several mills.

The little river Avill drove a surprising number of corn and fulling mills in the Middle Ages.

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