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“An excellent afternoon”

High Salvington Windmill
Ranked #8 of 39 things to do in Worthing
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

You have to come when it is open which is very rarely. When they do open though it is fantastic. You can go right up into the mill and there are lots of volunteers who will tell you about it. A great afternoon out,.

Thank Chris K
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Reviewed 24 April 2013

It's beautifully maintained but unless you go on an open day you can't do much more than walk around the outside of the windmill.

Thank clt_74W
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Reviewed 11 March 2013

Good place to visit. Sensibly priced cafe and if it is a "special day" good things to see. Better places in Worthing, but handy for me.

1  Thank t1metraveller
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Reviewed 28 February 2013

There are very few working windmills in ENgland and this is one of them. If you dont have a car it is quite hard to go to this place since it is located up a hill with narrow roads that can only accomodate 1 car on the way up. If you encounter another car coming up you have to give way by parking along the tall hedges that line the way up to the windmill.

When we went there the windmill was closed.It is open only every other Sundays of each month. Since the windmill is located in a housing area with narrow roads, parking is very limited.

Thank betty l
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

High Salvington Mill has been lovingly restored by volunteers From a falling-down wreck in the 1970s to a fully restored working windmill. It mills stone-ground flour that is for sale on the premises on Mill open days. These are the first and third Sundays in April to September inclusive. The mill also opens on certain other special days, such as the Village Fete, a Craft Fair and the like. Guided tours of the mill are available and included in the very low entrance fee of £1 (that's what it was in 2012!). Tea and home

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