Wicken Mill was busy grinding flour during two special open days at the weekend.
The mill was open to the public on Saturday and Sunday to coincide with Heritage Open Days, an annual, four-day event, which celebrates architecture and culture by offering free access to places across the country.
Entertainment included a treasure hunt, where visitors had to go inside the mill to find the answers to the clues.
And there was a family reunion at the Maid’s Head pub for descendents of miller John How.
One of those descendents, Jacqueline Ward, said: “We had several visitors to the mill over the heritage weekend.”
The next open days at the mill will be held on October 5 and 6.
Above, Simon Hudson, with Wicken Mill flour.