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“An historic gem!”

High Salvington Windmill
Ranked #7 of 38 things to do in Worthing
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 30 October 2013

A very valuable piece of local history, and fascinating to climb inside and watch the mill operating and milling flour. We go there regularly and never tire of it, and any foreign visitors we have to stay are always taken there for a bit of real Olde English history.

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Reviewed 7 October 2013

You can view the mill from the outside at any time, but if you want to go inside, best check their website for opening times and events.

1  Thank Edwin F
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

We went at the end of August and cycled from Worthing it's not called high salvington for nothing the cycle was hard going but worth it. They only charge £1 to go in and included is a tour of the windmill and how it works. The guides are very enthusiastic and the tour was great. It is worth looking at the web site before you go, it's got loads of information. They have a little tea room and shop. It is a shame they do not sell any flour, I understand the windmill is only set up for milling animal feed but it would be great if they sold flower from other mills. A great day out and well worth the trip.

2  Thank Chris S
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Reviewed 18 August 2013

Check their website to make sure it is open - it only opens alternate Sundays and not at all in winter. Sometimes it can be seen in sail and turning. An insight into the past and a must see attraction for children (over 5) and anyone interested in local history and old machinery. Parking is available at the bottom of Bost Hill (off the A24) and there's no need to walk up this dangerous road, just walk across the grass and there's a (steep) ramp up to the top. High Salvington also has an excellent village shop just along the road. I took a group of walkers there and they thought the catering prices amazingly cheap and the tour very worthwhile. Combines well with a visit to Cissbury Ring across the valley.

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Reviewed 11 August 2013

traditional village games and crafts plus Morris dancers and trips round the windmill. You have to get there early to be able to park near the windmill, and to get the best bargains from the cake stall!

1  Thank newkiwiWellington
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