PLEASE NOTE: Further to the Prime Minister’s latest (16/3) announcement on Coronavirus, Oldland Windmill will be closed to the public until further notice. Open Afternoons and Event Days will not be going ahead at this time. We look forward to seeing you later in the year. 

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: The A.G.M, which was due to take place at 7:30pm on 2 June, has had to be cancelled. Any member who wishes to ask a question about the Mill’s activities or the Accounts for the year ended 29 February 2020 should write to Mr G.R. Miller, Honorary Secretary at 4 Charlton Gardens, Ditchling, East Sussex, BN6 8WA – or email him at geoffreyrmiller@gmail.com (please note the r between geoffrey and miller). He will provide a prompt reply.

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A beautifully restored, award winning, working post mill within the South Downs National Park in the heart of the glorious Sussex countryside, open to visitors.

The mill is owned, maintained and operated by Oldland Mill Trust, a registered charity number 1072911.

We are open on the first Sunday of each month between April and October.*

In May and  September, these are themed events with lots of special activities for adults and children.  A complimentary minibus, kindly provided by Burgess Hill School for Girls and Hurstpierpoint College, runs from the Thatched Inn Pub in Keymer for these events.

The windmill can readily be viewed from the adjacent public path.

On Thursdays, volunteers are normally at work on maintenance activities. Depending on the type of work being undertaken a guided tour may be possible.* However we apologise that this might not always be possible.

*For a minimum recommended donation of:-

£3 per person or £5 per family on Thursdays and in April, June, July, August and October

£5 per person or £10 per family in May and September.