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High Salvington Mill Trust Limited

Furze Road, Worthing
a website for the members and supporters of High Salvington Windmill

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Who are we?
Please visit the High Salvington Windmill web site for more details of personnel and activities. This Trust web site is intended, predominantly, for members and volunters, collectively referred to as "Friends", who raise funds and contribute their time to help maintain and operate both High Salvington Windmill and the Glynde Wind Pump.

After Worthing Borough Council bought High Salvington Windmill in 1959, they spent a lot of money on several bouts of repair and maintenance. After extensive gale-damage in 1976, they explored alternative options to preserve the mill. Two groups of people came together in two separate organisations. Councillors, concerned with not losing the 18th Century post mill formed the High Salvington Mill Trust, while local residents, willing to volunteer their time and skills, formed the Friends of High Salvington Windmill. Officially, the Friends of High Salvington Windmill became a subcommittee of the High Salvingon Mill Trust.

With the Mill Trust procuring a lease from the Council, and enthusiastic Friends tackling vital maintenance with growing skill and ambition, these two organisations worked side-by-side, over the last few decades, to visually restore the windmill to working order, resuming the grinding of flour in 1991. Since 2001, the Trust and Friends have merged, allowing the combined organisation, reconstituted as a non-profit organisation, to focus on the fund-raising, maintenance and operation of the Windmill.

Since becoming a Company Limited by Guarantee, the Trust has purchased and restored the Glynde Wind Pump, established an Archive and a team of Archivists to manage it and is currently providing space for volunteers to develop replacement sails for West Blatchington Mill.

We say "visually restored" due to the weakness of one of the two restored wheels preventing us from operating some of the machinery in the mill, including one of the two pairs of mill stones. If we were willing to replace original woodwork now saturated with preserving resins for stronger new wood, then we could operate everything and describe the mill as "fully restored".


The Trust has several hundred members and volunteers who all contribute something to the successful maintenance and operation of High Salvington Windmill and the Glynde Wind Pump. The following list includes all of the Directors and non-Directors with specific organisational responsibilities. If you believe you have been omitted from the list, then please let the Secretary know!

Roger Ashton Miller
Roy Beynon Director and Membership Secretary
Bob Brooks Newsletter Editor
Andy Campbell Director (& Assistant Secretary)
Peter Casebow Director, Deputy-Chairman, Technical Advisor and Miller
Peter Cobb Director and Fete Organiser
Wendy Funnell Archivist
Becky McLaren Publicity Officer
Hazel Marsden Director, Treasurer and Guide Organiser
Kate and Roger Osborn Shop Organisers
Janet Paterson Open Day Rota Organiser
Anthony Potts Company Secretary
Bob Potts Miller
Val Sutton Director
John Tripcony Director
Vinojan Vijayakumar Director
Melanie Wickett Catering Organiser
Tim Wickett Director
Tom Wye Director and Chairman

Festival of British Composers #3

The Angmering Chorale
The Will Todd Band

Sat. 21st November 2020


Arundel Cathedral

Will Todd Passion Music
John Rutter Requiem

Christmas Concert

The Angmering Chorale
with local schools

Sat. 12th December 2020


The Angmering School

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High Salvington Mill Trust Limited
Company No. 4199780. Registered in England. Charity No. 1090637
Registered Office:
12 Furzeholme, Worthing,West Sussex BN13 3BS
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