Welcome to our New Community Gallery!
We hope you will enjoy the marvelous pictures we have received. It’s great that people enjoy all that Swannington Heritage Trust offers within the village! Our thanks to all that have sent in their photos. You may see related photos on other parts of our website.
If you would like to see your photographs here please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos need to be 1MB or larger to look their best. Thank you.
Latest images during the Nations Lockdown, kindly shared by Andy Humberston from Facebook, 25 May 2020…
Kindly shared by Helen Payne and Chris Dobson April 2020
Selection from Neil Islington Nov 2019
Adding finishing touches to the mill- Pollynmolly Sept 2019
Moon over the Mill- Stunning image from Tim Jackson Photography Oct 2019
Nicola Bishop had started our gallery off with her family photographs of Easter at the Mill.
Glad to have received these pictures from Sandra Smith taken whilst enjoying The National Forest Walking Festival May 2019. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you Sarah Huddleston for sharing your ‘Easter at the Mill’ pictures with us! “We had such a lovely afternoon! We are happy for our photos go on to the website.” April 2019.
Oliver and Joshua having fun during Easter at the Mill event April 2019 from Emma Kendrick.
Drone photos of Hough Mill by Clive Jones. See Hough Mill Today for more windmill photos.
Pauline Eveleigh‘s dog obviously enjoys Swannington’s heritage
Our sites look great all the year round, but are so different when it has been snowing. Debbi Payne is one of many who enjoys walking through our sites throughout the year.
Great images of the Mill from Gary Hawthone which show what a great location for star gazing as no light pollution!
Clive Jones has also taken his drone to the Swannington Incline.
Thank you Christopher Sharpe for sending these great images of our Mill with the new sails. Taken at our SailsFest event on 29th September 2019
Pictures below taken on the last of our Sunday afternoon openings as the sun set on the Mill. Shared by Karan Sheffield, one of our Trustees.