Heritage Windmills

Heritage Windmills

A range of historic windmills can be found in TLC and Sussex more widely, including some with public access:

Jack & Jill, Clayton - Jill is looked after by a charitable society and is open to the public on Sunday afternoons in summertime.

Beacon Hill, Rottingdean (pic above)- located in a local nature reserve, it is also cared for by a charitable society and open on some Sunday afternoons in summer.

West Blatchington, Hove - an iconic mill painted by Constable, it includes a small museum and is also open to the public on summer Sunday afternoons.

Waterhall, Patcham - the last working windmill to be built in Sussex in 1885, this is a private site.

Ashcombe, Kingston nr Lewes - this mill has been recently reinstated on a historic site with sensitive design and renewable energy generation (private).