High Salvington Post Mill

Travel into the village of High Salvington and on the corner of Bost Hill and Mill Lane is a black post windmill built between 1700 and 1720.

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Travel into the village of High Salvington and on the corner of Bost Hill and Mill Lane is a black post windmill built between 1700 and 1720.

The mill had ceased working in 1897 and restoration to full working order commenced in 1976.

It is now at an advanced stage with most of the machinery installed and milling stone ground flour.

You can find out more about the mill here.

Public Access

The mill can be visited on the first and third Sunday of each month, April to September 2.30 PM – 5.00 PM. Organised parties can also arrange to visit the site for guided tours at other times, by arrangement with the visit organiser.

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Contact Information

9 Furze Road Worthing
West Sussex
BN13 3BP

Visits Telephone: 01903 267293
Fete Day Telephone: 01903 260784

Email: secretary@highsalvingtonmilltrust.co.uk
Website: http://www.highsalvingtonwindmill.co.uk