Set in beautiful Shropshire is Daniels Mill and its impressive waterwheel that has been carefully restored back to its former glory. Deep in a wooded valley and crossed by the 19th century viaduct carrying the Severn Valley Railway to Bridgenorth, the mill dates back several hundred years. The first reference to the mill is as early as the 15th century and it has been handed down through the same family for at least 250 years.
It is run on a voluntary basis and still a functioning mill even today. The mill was originally part of the Pitchford Estate who owned most of the surrounding area and it would have been the pinnacle of the rural community throughout that time.
Over the years the property has been enlarged beginning in the 17th century when the top pool was constructed. Upon completion of the pool a small mill was built underneath it. The remains of this now lie at the bottom of the top pool and the main mill was extended to include a kitchen, bedroom, attic bedroom.
The wheel that is still being used today was installed in the 19th century to replace the previous one. The main house which is still lived in today is largely unchanged since Victorian times with the exception of electricity being added in the 1900s.
Daniels Mill has a rich history going back hundreds of years with so much of it documented, but so much yet to discover. Not only are we able to investigate the former ground living quarters, several floors of the working mill but subject to weather conditions, we are able to explore further into the foreboding, deep and dark valley! Join Paranormal Discovery as we look to unlock some of the secrets yet to be told.