Nutley Windmill

Nutley Windmill


Nutley is the last open-trestle post mill in Sussex and one of only five left in the country. It was built in the 16th century, possibly in Kent, and then moved to the current site in 1830. It worked by wind until 1908, fell into disrepair, and then was restored to full working order in 1970s. 


Grid reference:

TQ 451 291

Town/city: Uckfield
Postcode: TN22 3HY
Geocode: @51.0427755, 0.0684376 Open in Map

4 miles W of Crowborough towards Nutley. Car parking at Friends Clump Car Park, 400m from the mill on Crowborough Road. Disabled parking at mill.


Do you own or look after this mill? Contact us

Opening Times:

Sunday 28th April 2019, 11am to 5.30pm and for National Mills Weekend. 
See website for additional dates.

National Mills Weekend opening times:

Saturday 11th May, 11am to 5.30pm. Donations welcome. 
Unfortunately, due to Head Sickness (tipping forward), the mill is undergoing repairs including removal of the Spout floor so visitors are not able to go inside the mill.
West Kent Amateur Radio Club in attendance, transmitting to other 'Mills on the Air' over the weekend. 

Additional Information:

Nutley Windmill is owned by the Uckfield and District Preservation Society.
Tel: 01435 873367 / Email: