Monkton Combe - Landmarks

Landmarks

The village has one public house, the Wheelwrights Arms, which was built as a private house in the mid-late 18th century.

There are two mills, neither of which in working order. The Old Mill was built in the early-mid 19th century.

There is also a village lock-up built in the 18th century, probably 1776, which is a Grade II listed building and an Ancient monument.

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