Flatford Mill, a Grade I listed 18th century watermill built in 1733, sits on the River Stour, offering visitors of all ages a much sought-after sense of tranquilty to complement a unique learning environment.
The Centre buildings, particularly the Mill and Willy Lott's House, are instantly recognisable since they feature in many paintings by John Constable.
The rich mosaic of lowland landscapes, wildlife habitats and places of historic interest in this beautiful part of East Anglia are all reflected in the Centre's wide-ranging programme of environment and art-based courses.
Wander around the area and soak up the scenes that inspired England's greatest landscape painter!
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