North Common Mill, North Chailey

A Wind powered Corn mill in the historic county of Sussex, England.

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The mill was originally built in 1830 at Highbrook, near West Hoathly and named Hammingden Mill. She was relocated to Newhaven in 1844. She was subsequently relocated again to its present site in 1864. She is Grade II Listed.

Full details

Alternative names Beard's Mill, Heritage Mill, Chailey Mill
Power source Wind
Mill type Smock mill
Mill functions Corn mill
Archive ID 2627
Location North Chailey
Historic county Sussex
Country England
NGR TQ 38737 21376
Latitude 50.97509886331191
Longitude -0.025225371655778872

Location

Sources

Anthony Bryan, Mills Research Group Database

Historic England National Heritage List for England

Ordnance Survey six-inch map, Sussex XL (1878)

Contributors

Mark Berry, May 2016; Colin Smith, October 2016