Since the restoration was completed in 2006, the Trustees have many firms and individuals to thank
Perkins Copeland & Co – Chartered Accountants for Accounts and financial advice
Mark Corliss Desk Top Publishing – newsletters, flyers, concert programmes
Brewers – Preservative and paint for the interior and exterior of the mill
Bernard Coomber of Maytyme Engineering for work to drive gearbox of the Automatic Turning Device.
Allan Roalfe of Curtis & Shaw (Sussex) Ltd for work to drive gearbox of the Automatic Turning Device.
Toby Russell – for webcam, website, web hosting, weather station hosting.
Vector Instruments, Rhyl for supply of Wind vane and Anemometer.
Peter French of Pico Technology, St Neots, Cambridgeshire for technical advice and supply of data logging hardware and software.
Anton Chittey of Vishay Measurements Group UK Ltd, Basingstoke for technical advice and supply of strain gauges
Stamco – Suppliers of timber
Trimseal – Suppliers of Acrylic and Glass Sheets
AkzoNobel Wood Finishes UK – supply of Sikkens Brand Paint – local rep Tony Westgarth
The late Michael Chapman for technical help, support and advice
The Windmill was restored with grant aid from:
Heritage Lottery Fund
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
East Sussex County Council
Wealden District Council
The Clothworkers’ Foundation
The Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust
The Mercers’ Company
The following individuals and groups provided invaluable help in enabling the mill to open to the public in 2006.
Interpretation design – Timothy Crum, Fine Architecture Ltd
Legal advice – John Midgley, Gaby Hardwicke
Photographs – Adrian Gates Photography
Historic photographs – Robert Girling, Hailsham Camera Centre
Drawings for activity sheets – Pat Bruce
Display equipment – Paul Wigfield, QED Productions Ltd
Cupboard and desk – Mervyn of Touchwood
Original Website – Paul Brewer
Logo design – Puan Swee
Voluntary labour – The Friends of the Windmill
Glossary and advice – Peter Hill, Sussex Mills Group