The links the site has to the work and life of J.R.R Tolkien cannot be underestimated as the author lived nearby as a child and to the adjoining location of Moseley bog which both exerted an influence on his crafting of The Lord of the Rings. The site works wonders with the space it has, and much of it is dedicated to beautifully presented information about Tolkien provided by BMAG.
After a massive restoration process the site is now set up as a working water mill, and combined with its superb Tolkien museum elements the mill is a great spot for any fan of Tolkien. I am extremely proud to be associated with the site via my exhibition which continues until the end of October.
Its annual Middle-earth weekend (free to the public) runs 11th-12th May this year from 11am-5pm