Smock mill, West Blatchington

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"Breath of fresh air on the Downs"

Piece in the 'Argus' suggesting an interesting walk in the country around Jack and Jill Windmills., with a side glance at West Blatchington Mill, to celebrate National Mills Day 1998.

"… … from the mill"

Illustrated piece from an unknown Sussex paper of unknown date, mentioning that a local windmill - presumably West Blatchington Mill - had been restored and re-opened by Hove Council.

"Windmill saved"

Photo from the 'Evening News' showing the burnt rafters of the neighbouring barn which threatened the destruction of the adjoining smack mill at West Blatchington when it caught fire.

"Flour power gets 'em milling about"

Piece from the Brighton 'Evening Argus' showing a celebratory notebook being presented to the Mayor and Mayoress of Brighton, marking the opening of the Smock mill at West Blatchington as a Museum, with Peter Hill and Frank Gregory in a...

"Old mill gets a new lease of life"

Article in the 'Brighton & Hove Gazette Herald' on the progress in restoring the Smock mill at West Blatchington which - along with St. Peter's Church - is all that remains of the former Abergavenny Estate.

"Somewhere in Sussex"

Picture in the 'Sussex Daily News' showing Air Raid Wardens standing in the snow in front of their windmill turned Observation Post at West Blatchington.

"A Cheerful 'Outlook' "

Piece in the 'Sussex Daily News' about a new Parish Magazine produced by West Blatchington, which has two etchings by E. W. Pannell, one of which shows a church door opening out on-to the well-known windmill.

"Windmill post"

Illustration in the 'Children's Newspaper' showing three of the Air Raid Wardens who have taken up occupation of West Blatchington windmill.

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