Windmill volunteers hold traditional family fete

High Salvington Windmill was host to a traditional fete at the weekend with something for all the family.

Monday, 11th July 2016, 1:59 pm
Updated Monday, 11th July 2016, 3:02 pm
The fete held at High Salvington Windmill

Volunteers at the windmill put on the event with several games, including a mini roller coaster for children, along with Splat the Rat, crockery smash and duck fishing.

There was also a raffle with a money prize, morris dancing, and donations from Worthing Italian Cucinetta, Hairdresser Part One, Palm Court Tea Rooms and Fontwell Races.

The windmill is open every first and third Sunday afternoon of the month from April through to the end of September.

Admission is £1 with children going in free. For more information, readers can visit the website

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