Stratford Mill was originally homed in the village of Moreton, which was submerged in order to create Chew Valley lake.
In the 1960's the mill was dismantled and was moved to the grounds of Blaise Castle Estate, in order to save it from demolition where it was rebuilt on Hazel Brook.
The building was Grade II listed in 1977, but in recent years the mill has started to fall into disrepair and there is currently no public access.
A long term aspiration is to restore the mill to its' former glory, and open it to the public once more. Although this will not be a quick or easy task to undertake.