Churchill Forge Water Mill, in the village of Churchill in Worcestershire, was one of the last working water powered forge mills in the country. The forge produced metal tools such as spades, shovels and ladles right up until the early 1970s.
The "Friends of the Forge" group was formed to keep the Churchill Forge open to the public. As part of the fundraising effort the group holds open days during the summer months. Visitors are invited to see the waterwheels turning and find out more about the fascinating story of part of the country's industrial heritage.
D-tox has provided two portable toilets to help facilitate the visitor open days as part of our charity policy. The group has already successfully held 4 open days and has a final one planned on September 10th to coincide with the Heritage Open Days weekend.
We don't suggest that you pay the the Forge a visit just to see our portable toilets but it does look like a cracking place to spend an afternoon.
You can find out more by visiting the Churchill Forge Water Mill website.
D-tox has lots of customers around Worcestershire so if we can help make your event or visitor activity go just that bit more smoothly then give us a call. We offer short term hire of portable toilets, disabled access toilets, urinals, waste tanks and water bowsers.