North Common Mill, North Chailey

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North Common Mill, North Chailey

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North Common Mill, North Chailey

  • UF Heritage Mill
  • UF Beard's Mill

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North Common Mill, North Chailey

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Chailey Mill Sussex.

Typewritten note in the album:

"Built 1830. Erected on this site 1864 Having previously stood at Highbrook, and then Newhaven."

On Chailey Common

This copy of the postcard bears a 1/2d stamp. The postage rate for postcards rose to 1d in 1918, so the image presumably does not date from later than that year.

F Douglas Milles

Chailey, North Common Mill

This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1907 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date. Sender notes that this mill is in the central point of Sussex.

Homewood, A H, postcard publisher, Burgess Hill, Sussex

"New Look for old Mill"

Picture with caption from the 'Sussex Daily News' showing the scaffolding around the windmill on Chailey North Common, allowing the wartime camouflage to be replaced with with its former white paint.

"The centre of Sussex"

Photo and caption from the 'Yorkshire Evening Post' about the plans to redecorate Chailey Common windmill, using a quarter of a ton of paint in the process.

"Mill History"

Letter to the Editor of the 'Brighton Evening Argus' giving the history of the mill which has ended up on Chailey Common, having been first at Hammonden near West Hoathly (c.1830-40), then Newhaven (1840-65) and Chailey (1865 onwards).

"Nightjar's unusual perch"

Letter to the Editor of 'Country Life' from Mr Garth Christian about swallow chicks roosting inside Chailey Church, while nightjars and house martins perch on Chailey mill's sails.

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