Horsey Windpump now owned by National Trust and open to the public from May to September.
It's a beautifully restored red brick
four storey high building with splendid views across the
marshes from its top.
The pump was used to drain the surrounding marsh land as the whole area round here is prone to flooding and in 1938 thousands of acres were flooded by the sea and it took a number of months to drain the land.
There is a nice circular walk from here
and a small shop serving light refreshments is open at
the same time as the mill.