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Undated photograph

Patcham Mill
Image from the 1994 'My Brighton' exhibit

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  • My mother worked in Jill Windmill in the 1920s in her teens.

    By Christine Martin (24/05/2007)
  • There are further details on this windmill and on other Sussex Mills at Jill Windmill, now standing above the village of Clayton was built near Dyke Road, Brighton in 1821 and was transported to Clayton in 1852

    By Simon Potter (09/03/2008)
  • Does anyone know what happened to the Gaskin family? They used to live in the railway cottage at the bottom of Mill Hill in Patcham. I went to school with Angela Gaskin when we attended St Mary’s Cottesmore. Cars used to speed down the hill and many times Angela and her famly had to deal with accidents – vehicles crashing into the tunnel at the bottom of Mill Hill. It was well known as an accident blackspot! My name then was Una Mitchell.

    By Una Aldridge (26/08/2009)
  • I don’t know about the Gaskins, but when I was in my early teens, I used to stand on the Hove side of the tunnel entrance and signal cars through when they could not see round the bend. Although strictly illegal, I got many a friendly wave from drivers and mouthed thank-yous. Happy days. John Snelling

    By john Snelling (02/12/2012)
  • The photo shows two of my sisters riding their ponies near the Windmill – probably around 1960.

    By Marion Neal (19/08/2016)
  • I recall that one of the Gaskin family was at school with me from 1955 to 1959 at Brighton Secondary Technical School, Hanover Terrace, now demolished and replaced with housing.

    By Ken Norman (04/12/2021)

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