Howsham Mill is a restored 18th century watermill near Malton in North Yorkshire, designed by John Carrof York as a garden folly in the Gothic style and built by the owner of nearby Howsham Hall. Starting in 2004 and completing in 2013, it has been lovingly restored with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Country Houses Foundation. It is now an environmental education centre and community meeting place. What was once a mill grinding corn now generates hydro-electricity. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, it is a haven for wildlife.