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Town Trail Point 15


Photograph of Weetabix premises
Right - View of the Weetabix premises

Aerial photograph taken in 1960 of the Weetabix complex
Aerial photograph of the Weetabix complex in 1960
In 1932 the first packet of Weetabix began its journey to Britain's breakfast plates, and today it is a household word internationally. The site in Station Road has developed from the original mill, (seen here in the centre of the picture) known as Wallis' Mill which once housed a carpet factory as well as being used for the more traditional work of milling. It is now a vast complex of buildings involved in the production of this cereal.

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