Historic buildings threw open their doors as part of a national celebration.
The national Heritage Open Days scheme aims to give people the chance to see inside places not normally open to the public – for free.
Lindley’s Windmill, Prospect Place, Sutton, was one of the venues to take part.
The 1820 stone windmill is a hidden gem of Sutton. The workings may be long gone, but visitors can make flour with hand-operated millstones.
Elsewhere, ghost readings were held at Annesley Old Church, a ruined 12th Century Norman church on the A608, Annesley, which is said to be haunted.