The privately-owned Holton Mill, near Halesworth, stands within leafy trees as the longer days make a warm Summer feel just around the corner.

Explore The Wenhaston Millennium Map

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Explore The Wenhaston Millennium Map

Explore The Wenhaston Millennium Map

You can zoom and scroll this image to explore the Wenhaston Millennium Map. The original image is over 12,000 by 12,000 pixels in size, or 1.75m by 1.75m printed size.

The map project was the subject of a feature article in the December 2001 edition of the Journal of the British Cartographical Society. You can read this interesting article on the Wenhaston Village Website.

This map was made by the people of Wenhaston and Mells to mark the second Millennium, to show their appreciation of the local environment, and to promote interest, concern and care for its well being. The pupils of Wenhaston School made the wildlife decorative border of the map.

The entire map is the copyright of the Wenhaston Commons Group and may not be copied without permission.

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