Robertsbridge Mill – East Sussex

During 2008 a friend and I visited this mill in Robertsbridge. Despite our best efforts, we couldn’t get in. It closed in 1999 and was waiting to be redeveloped. I’m posting a few photos here in case you’re in the area and feel like checking it out…

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  • Thumbnail of Robertsbridge Mill
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  • Thumbnail of Robertsbridge Mill
  • Thumbnail of Robertsbridge Mill
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13 Responses to Robertsbridge Mill – East Sussex

  1. DKL says:

    Currently, this site is being demolished.

  2. James says:

    This building can’t be demolished! It’s such a beautiful building that could be transformed into something for the whole community – townhouses, cafes, classes etc. knocking it down and building something new is getting rid of a piece of history and English period architecture.

  3. Milly says:

    Nooooooo!!!!

  4. rodriguez says:

    This building means too much…

  5. Ella says:

    This is my favourite building in robertsbridge, tearing it down would be such a shame. I walk past it everyday and appreciate what a grand building it is.

  6. Io says:

    I’ve just been notified of this horrible choice. Why tear down something you can never get back? Such a magnificent building that could be so useful to Robertsbridge should not be demolished.

  7. Rodriguez says:

    So would I Ella.

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