High Salvington Windmill

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High Salvington Windmill is a fully restored Grade II listed windmill, which dates from around 1750. The windmill is now in full working order as a working museum, which still sells the flour that it produces. The windmill gives an excellent opportunity for kids (and adults) to get an insight into the past, learn about old machinery and local history as well as the restoration process.
Staffed by an enthusiastic team of volunteers who will be only too happy to answer any questions the kids have about how it works or the history of the place. See website for opening times

Please note there is a steep climb to reach the top floor of the mill.

Click here for the Salvington and Durrington Heritage Walking Trail – a 90min /  2.4km walking tour

High Salvington Windmill Key 2017 Dates

Sunday, 6th August – 2.30pm – 5pm

Special Car Day – Many Morgans & others

Sunday, 20th August – 2.30pm – 5pm

Combined Open Afternoon & Table Top Sale

Sunday, 10th September – 11am – 5pm

Rural Crafts Day  Static Steam Engines Display by the Sussex & Kent Weald Stationery Engine Group, rural craft demo’s, home made cakes, preserves, conserves, stalls and refreshments available

Friday, 15th December – 7.15pm

Carols at the Mill – Bonfire, hot chocolate & mince pies.
Bring your lantern and/or torch! Proceeds to the St. Barnabas Funds

Contact

Furze Road
High Salvington
Worthing
West Sussex
BN13 3BP

Opening hours

1st and 3rd Sunday of every month between April and September
2.30pm – 5.00pm
Check online for special open days

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