Millom has a varied history with a rich industrial heritage, founded on iron-ore mining and steel making in the 19th Century. Little evidence remains of that activity, although it was amongst the largest industrial sites of its type in the world. The iron ore mining took place in nearby Hodbarrow, which today is a major RSPB nature reserve bordering an artificial lagoon. The population of Millom is about 7500.

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Black Combe Walking Festival
Takes place at the end of May. Contains information on the festival programme.
Cumbrian Heavy Horses
Offers horse riding, horse riding holidays, work experience holidays and riding lessons and tuition.
Duddon Estuary Partnership
General guide to the Duddon area of South West Cumbria. Includes overview, special qualities, news and events.
Historical pictures of Millom
A Gallery of historical photographs of Millom.
Millom Historical Contacts
Contact addresses for researchers into the town of Millom in South West Cumbria, UK
Millom Rotary Club
Millom Rotary Club, Rotary District 1190,UK
Millom, A Gallery of pictures
Chris Driver's Pictures of Millom, South West Cumbria, UK
Millom: An Index of Millom Web Sites
Millom: Chris Driver's Index of Millom.
Millom: Chris Driver's Home Web Page, Millom, Cumbria
Millom, UK - Chris Driver's Home Web Site
The Pheasant Pluckers, Millom, Cumbria
The Pheasant Pluckers' Web Site, Millom, Cumbria, UK
Waterloo House Surgery
Doctor's practice with details of clinics, opening times and staff
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