The story so far... The survival of Lowfield Heath Windmill is almost as remarkable as the story of its restoration in the hands of a dedicated and committed group of local people. The Mill was originally built at Lowfield Heath in 1737/8 and now stands on the edge of Charlwood village. It took thirteen years of hard work and great skill to dismantle, repair and re-erect the Mill. It has four floors, with an external staircase leading to the second floor, from where internal ladders rise to two further floors. It also has a small visitor centre within the roundhouse.
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Lowfield Heath Windmill

The official website dedicated to the preservation and running of the Mill
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Open last Sunday May to August 2pm to 5pm. Please see open day tab for further info.