Itteringham
Cirk Mill
tributary of River Bure

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27th December 2004

N.B. The village of Itteringham has its own website www.itteringham.com

Cirk Mill was in Cirk meadow to the west of the church and was an ancient mill that had disappeared by the 1800s. The sluice columns still remain and on the east side of the stream the brickwork seems to resemble
a structure capable of housing a pitwheel.


Mill dam 27th December 2004

Pitwheel housing 27th December 2004

Mannington Estate map 1695
Chancery Case map 1851

The mill was situated at the southern end of the small lake that had been formed by damming the stream. The farmstead to the southwest of the mill (south in real life) had also disappeared by the beginning of the 1900s although it was still showing on the 1839 Tithe Map.


O. S. Map 1885

O. S. Map 1885
The mill site is marked as sluice to the west of the rectory
Courtesy of NLS map images


Mannington Estate map 1695: Cirk Mill


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