WOODFORD STONE WEIR

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Built in 18th century and restored in 1980, this rubble stone weir would have been formerly used to generate energy for street lighting for the town but more importantly for the now disused corn mill.

The weir also would have played a pivotal role in the creation of ‘Woodford Bay’, the large dammed pond just a few metres away.

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53.050333, -8.400493

GALLERY

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