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Cullompton leat

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Two mills still survive on the Cullompton Leat which runs alongside the Tesco carpark at the bottom of Middle Mill lane, on the lower end is Lower Mill lane where the level is controlled and the race passes through the old mill property. The other standing mill is at Higher Mill Lane.

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