On a visit to Andover in Hampshire, you may well be looking for some interesting attractions to visit. One such place which will appeal to many would be Rooksbury Mill, one of the few mill buildings which have survived in the town of Andover. Dating from the seventeenth century, Rooksbury Mill was used for flour milling, though it fell into disuse early in the twentieth century. The mill was purchased by Anthony and Sarah de Sigley in 2002, who promptly rebuilt much of the mill and turned the area into a Nature Reserve and trout fishery. Located just south of the town centre of Andover, Rooksbury Mill is a pleasant place to visit, especially when the weather is nice, there are walks and cycle paths for both local people and visitors to enjoy.
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