Thank you very much for your generous donations to our recent crowd-funding appeal in support of Nutley Windmill! The appeal raised the magnificent sum of £10,500, so when you add in the gift-aid many of you offered, this will cover much of the cost of the new stocks for the
On 9th November 2022, whilst the sweeps (sails) were turning in the wind, the uppermost sweep fell down to the right hand side of the mill and pierced the weather boarding. The end lodged inside the mill, luckily missing two of the old timbers in the wall. As a result,
We hope you enjoyed Quiz 2! Here are the answers… 1. In what year was Bridge Cottage saved from demolition by the Uckfield & District Preservation Society and Uckfield Town Council? 1983 2. Bridge Cottage is currently heated with under floor heating which is driven by a? Ground Sourced Heat
Here is our second quiz, just for fun (no prizes I’m afraid), all about Bridge Cottage and Nutley Windmill. The answers will be posted here on the website in 3-4 weeks time. 1. In what year was Bridge Cottage saved from demolition by the Uckfield & District Preservation Society
How much do you know about Bridge Cottage and Nutley Windmill? Why not have a go at our quiz on aspects of both these magnificent buildings – if you have visited our recent exhibitions, you may find answers in the exhibition booklets that were on sale. Alternatively, others can be
We are sorry to announce that Nutley Windmill will be closed for this month’s open-day on the 29th March 2020 because if the COVID-19 Precautions. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Open 11:00 -17:30 or dusk. Entrance is free but donations are welcomed. Suggested donation of £2 per person. Come and see the oldest, only working open-trestle post mill in the country. Set in the beautiful landscape of Ashdown Forest, East Sussex. Nutley Windmill is a very fine example of the
Uckfield and District Preservation Society (UDPS) runs Bridge Cottage and Nutley Windmill. WE NEED YOUR HELP! After 49 years of caring for the mill, repairs are needed to preserve this 16th Century windmill for the future. Are you able to come along anytime between 10th-18th June to lend your service