Frogmore Paper Mill fire: Boys, 13, charged with arson - BBC News

2022-09-24 00:26:59 By : Mr. Yifa Rong

Two teenagers have been charged with arson after a fire caused extensive damage to an historic paper mill.

A fire ripped through the visitor centre at Frogmore Paper Mill at Apsley, near Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, on 22 January.

It is the oldest mechanised paper mill in the world, with a paper-making machine installed in 1803.

The 13-year-old boys, both from Hemel Hempstead, are due at St Albans Youth Court on 5 October.

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