This lovely tower corn mill stands along the coastal road at Paston, just outside of the village of Mundesley in Norfolk. The mill was built as a flour mill between 1825 to 1827 by James Gaze. The windmill as it stands today was as a result of restoration to the outside of the mill which began in 1977. However due to finances the mill has never been able to be restored to full working order.
Just down the track across the road from the mill I noticed a paraglider using the thermals from the cliffs at Mundesley to keep them airborne.