The Tidemills at Bishopstone

Between Newhaven And Seaford on the south coast of England, Tidemills and its History.

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19 Comments

Reply Tidemills
7:55 AM on August 12, 2019 
I shall also be deleting any comments that have absolutely nothing to do with Tide Mills or its immediate environment. Thank you.
Reply Tidemills
8:00 AM on August 3, 2019 
Will people posting comments on this guestbook please use English or provide a translation into English. Thank you. Merci. Por favor. etc. I shall, in future, delete any comments that are not in English or for which no English translation has been provided. I shall also be deleting any comments containing only an external link with no explanation.
Reply Kim Bishop
6:12 AM on July 21, 2018 
A lovely walk to the beach at Tide Mills yesterday evening was somewhat marred by the significant amount of dog fouling we noticed all along the path. Perhaps it was more noticeable because it's been so dry and so grass has died down, but it was unpleasant to say the least. Are there any plans to install dog bins along the way in an effort to encourage dog owners to do the decent thing? I was thinking of writing to the District Council to register my dismay.
Reply Del Wynn
5:07 AM on May 3, 2018 
Kathleen says...
My Great Grandfather was George Alce Foord and I was hooping that somebody somewhere has an old photograph of the station house or the cottages


Hi, I have found one here:

http://www.ournewhaven.org.uk/page_id__711.aspx?path=0p69p68p

I was looking as always interested in the area and was told an old relative use to work/live there. My mums maiden name was 'Foord' so this would/could make sense.
Reply ScottadAsy
3:36 AM on October 21, 2017 
Hi
Reply TimmyUtino
4:06 AM on September 23, 2017 
Hi HI
Reply Kathleen
6:04 AM on April 1, 2017 
My Great Grandfather was George Alce Foord and I was hooping that somebody somewhere has an old photograph of the station house or the cottages
Reply Arnold Fewell
8:45 AM on February 28, 2017 
I am related to William Catt and have always had an interest in the Tide Mills. He was my great, great Uncle.It is great to see that you are providing background information and I learnt more. May I also wish you all the best in keeping the area free of litter. Well done. Best wishes, Arnold
Reply A Willmer
7:01 AM on September 29, 2016 
I went for a walk with friends at the weekend to Tide Mills. It's a very interesting area with much history. I was so disappointed at the amount of dog shit everywhere NOT picked up by their owners. Should dogs be kept on leads while in certain areas such as Tide Mills. It would be nice to be able to walk and not have to constantly keep looking at the ground to avoid the dog shit.
DOG OWNERS PICK IT UP
Reply A Willmer
6:59 AM on September 29, 2016 
I went for a walk with friends at the weekend to Tide Mills. It's a very interesting area with much history. I was so disappointed at the amount of dog shit everywhere NOT picked up by their owners. Should dogs be kept on leads while in certain areas such as Tide Mills. It would be nice to be able to walk and not have to constantly keep looking at the grand to avoid the dog shit.
DOG OWNERS PICK IT UP