This is a simple place but one that has a real charm to it. In essence it’s a small-scale water mill in the village of Hawarden near Chester on the border of Wales and England, it was fed from a large pond via a sluice on Broughton brook, and was used for grinding corn. With no running cost to anyone, no carbon emissions, and water was allowed to flow onwards after being harnessed. Almost sounds too sustainable, right?