The 'relentless' rain over the past few weeks has caused a landslide at a pub's terrace.

The Mill at Ulverston was once one of the town's main flour mills, the Ulverston Town Mill, and supplied flour to generations of families in South Lakes

The Grade II listed building dates all the way back to the 12th century with its main building constructed during the 19th century. 

The gastropub, operated under Lancaster Brewery Inns, retains many original features including the huge working waterwheel framed by clear glass windows.

Overnight the side of one of its terraced areas outside collapsed as the result of a landslide caused by heavy rain.

Director of Lancaster Brewery Phil Simpson said: "Ulverston’s had relentless rain and drizzle for quite a few weeks now and that seems to have caused our rockery display, on the side of the Mill’s outside Terrace, to slip down.

"The Mill was formerly one of Ulverston’s town mills and its had centuries of exploiting the rainfall and Mill Race stream’s power to produce milled flour and grain – sadly, now and again, the rain isn’t as helpful for us.

The Mail: The Mill in Ulverston seeks to change its licenced hours of operation"We will give the place a good tidy and try and get the fallen stone put back as soon as we can, happily lots of helpful people have responded to our Facebook plea.

"In the meantime we’re open as normal and we’re staffed up ready for a busy and exciting Easter weekend."

Staff at the pub are currently looking for a paid help with the ground work to assist in clearing the debris.

Anyone with any experience within that field or landscape gardening is encouraged to contact the pub.

Anyone with relevant credentials can contact the email address posted on the Mill's Facebook page.