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Oldland Mill Archive

  • OLDM
  • Collection
  • 1927-2015

Material relating to the history of Oldland Mill, Keymer. Includes:
Electronic copy of 1927-33 minute book of Oldland Mill Committee
Minutes and agendas of the Oldland Mill Committee of the Hassocks Amenity Association, 1980-2000, and digital copies
Architectural drawings of mill (2 rolls, 1 A3 vol)
Copy of 1934 issue of 'Sussex County Magazine' with article on the mill.
Digital copy of 1980 report on mill by Vincent Pargeter
DVDs showing mill refurbishment
Correspondence files 1976-1990
Copies of 1897 and 1957 deeds
Press cuttings
Copies of magazines with articles relating to Oldland Mill
Digitised photographs

Oldland Mill Trust

Postcard of Union Mill

Written by J Russell to Mr Hinkley at Northiam windmill. Annotation states that Thomas Hinkley was 'grinder' at the mill (which?) 1827-1871

Francis Frith and Co

"Feed the Guns"

Trafalgar square was transformed into a ruined Belgian village known as the "War bonds village" complete with post mill for the War Savings Campaign "Feed the Guns" in October 1918. This postcard was used in "Mills at war", 2019, p.46. Postcard came from the Stephen Buckland Collection.

"The Ruined Village"

Trafalgar square was transformed into a ruined Belgian village known as the "War bonds village" complete with post mill for the War Savings Campaign "Feed the Guns" in October 1918. Postcard came from the Stephen Buckland Collection.

Demolished remains, Beacon Hill Mill, Newark

All that remains of the last wind mill (July 1928) in Newark, Notts. Formerly Mr Smith (aged 88) who is in this view remembered 8 mills in this vicinity. He bought this mill which adjoined his timber yard and had it pulled over by means of wire rope and engine last autumn. Notice remains of round house on right. French stones for flour on left.

Unknown photographer

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