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Heads Spin To Find History of Mill

New owners are keen to shed some light on the mill’s hidden history.
The well-known Warnham Mill is soon to re-open as Warnham Mill Veterinary Surgery. However, before the new centre opens to the public, the company is keen to uncover the building’s lost history.

As such, Arthur Lodge Veterinary Group is urging anyone who may know anything about the Mill’s past to share their information.

Julian Peters, owner of Arthur Lodge Veterniary Group, commented: “We are really keen to return the building to its former glory and uncover its hidden past but this cannot be done without the public’s input and support.

“Unfortunately, The Mill has not been recorded in any known documents or books making it very difficult to track down any information. Therefore, the general public will be of great help in our project and I would encourage anyone who knows anything to get in touch.”

Those who would like to submit information should email arthurlodge@pmwcom.co.uk or phone Dani Marks on 01403 783 400. Everything that is found will be displayed at the official opening of the Warnham Mill Veterinary Surgery on Friday 7th June.