Post mill, Udimore

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Post mill, Udimore

Photograph from a box of Hallam Ashley prints labelled 'Assorted UK windmill photos - not Norfolk'. Most have no additional information. Shows a post mill in good order.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Udimore

This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1912 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date.

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"Windmills"

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.

Quotation from extract mentioning Udimore Mill

Pocket No. 29 of Album No. 2. An extract taken from 'An old gate of England, by A.G. Bradley and R. Scott' - p.200. The extract describes how the windmill at Udimore made a big impression on people entering the village, and how it was an important landmark. They also express fears about its future after it had been declared unsafe. Quotation from 1917.

Short, Michael