Mother’s Day Wedding Photos at Grist Mill

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SUDBURY – A photographer was taking photos for a wedding party this afternoon, Sunday May 10 at the Wayside Inn grist mill in Sudbury.

Part of the Longfellow Wayside Inn, a National Historic Site, the grist mill is a replica of an early 1740s grist mill that is still used for grinding grains for use and sale at the Inn.

The Sudbury site is very popular for cotillions and proms, many of which have been cancelled this spring.

“Until further notice, our grounds remain open for public use and enjoyment during the pandemic, but all visitors must comply with current federal, state,and town orders and recommendations concerning Covid-19 social distancing and health precautions,” according to the Wayside Inn.

“It is crucial that groups of 10 (as established by Governor’s mandate) who are congregating (for family gatherings or ceremonies) in the Longfellow Garden, Grist Mill, and elsewhere on the premises do so with permission from the Inn. This has been our policy all year long, but now, for everyone’s safety, we are asking for adherence at this critical time,” said the Wayside Inn.

“We do not want to close the property to all visitors at this time so for the safety and well-being of the community and the care and protection of this historic landmark, please comply,” said the Sudbury organization. “Most important, visitors with dogs must keep dogs leashed at all times and pick up after their dogs, removing dog waste from our grounds.”

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