Current Projects

  • Walberswick Mill

    Walberswick mill is a tower mill, approximately 7m tall (to the top of the masonry) of brick construction. As with most other mills of the Broadlands area, Walberswick Mill had a ‘boat-shaped’ cap which was turned by a tailpole.

    According to records of Sufolk mills, the tower was built in 1798 and worked until 1940. Before 1875 the land around the mill was ploughed and at this time the mill also had a pair of stones for grinding food for farm horses, in addition to the scoop wheel.

    Follow the links below to find the latest information about the project:

  • Tin Chapel, Bawdsey Manor Estate

    The tin chapel was constructed in the late nineteenth century by Cuthbert Quilter for the works on his 3000-acre Estate.
    Follow the links below to find the latest information about the project:

  • Lowestoft Heritage Action Zone

    The Trust has actively supported Waveney District Council’s bid to Historic England for a Heritage Action Zone in Lowestoft. A second bid will be made during 2017 and more information on the HAZ can be found at this link: https://historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/heritage-action-zones/

 

 


 


The Trust takes a monitoring role in respect of the following buildings at risk where there active proposals being considered or underway by owners: Wingfield House (Saxmundham); The George Inn (Wickham Market); Trimley Station (Trimley St Mary); 33 Blyburgate (Beccles); and Gisleham Brickworks. 

 

 

 

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