Ballard's Mill, Patcham



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" 'Last' mill to be home'

Article in the Brighton 'Evening Argus' about the decision by the Corporation's Planning Committee to grant Mrs Christiansen outline permission to convert Patcham windmill into a home. There is also an historical note about Ballards Post Mill and the reasons Mr Joseph Harris built the rival Patcham tower mill.


Letter to the Editor of the 'Brighton Evening Argus' from L. R. Everard of Shoreham, commenting on a previous letter from a Mr Grey and giving some more details about Trusler's Mill (a post mill formerly in Regency Square in Brighton), Ballard's Mill, a smock mill in Hove [probably the smock mill at West Blatchington that has been restored since his time TKG] and Udimore post mill which he would be happy to pass on to Mr Grey.

Mill sale

Article from Morning Post 19.08.1935 with photo of Patchem Windmill and note that it is for sale

Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex

"The old Patcham mill"

Cutting from 'Brighton and Hove Herald' describing the location of Patcham Mill in response to a previous submission by A. E. Smith. The piece also includes a brief history of the mill.

"'Last' mill to be home"

Cutting from an unknown source of an article by Leonard Knowles describing the conversion of Patcham tower windmill into a house. The article cites Mrs. M. K. Christiansen as the applicant for planning permission, and also gives a detailed history of the mill under the care of Joseph Harris.