Jill Windmill is 19th-century corn windmill near Hassocks, in the South Downs National Park, which has been fully restored into a working windmill.
Jill Windmill is a traditional working corn windmill. She has fully restored and is now maintained by volunteers from the Jack And Jill Windmills Society, a Registered Charity. Admission and Car Parking is free. Refreshments and Souvenirs are normally available on Open Days, which are most Sundays May To September between 2 pm and 5 pm.
Her Brother, Jack Windmill, is privately owned.
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