Another great Halloween event completed only marred by a break in a few days before.  With the Mill well dressed for the occasion we were joined by The Kent Ghostbusters who entertained our visitors on Friday evening.  Due to a previous engagement they were unable to join us on the Saturday but did promise to join us again next year.

Our actors, including those from Blackfish Academy, had a great time scaring the c*** out of children and adults alike and made the whole event a thoroughly memorable occasion - despite one of the sound effects CDs going on the blink half way through Saturday evening; but it didn't seem to put off our visitors.

A selection of photographs from the event can be found HERE.

Following the break in earlier in the week Trustee Sharon Kenningale posted on Facebook "I would like to thank everyone from all the Trustees and Volunteers at Crabble Corn Mill. With your support from either personal donations or the Just giving page , we have reached our target. We are now arranging for the new Window to be made. Any additional donations received will be going towards the upgrading of our current security, Thank you once again."

Sharon had set up a "Just Giving" page with the aim of raising the £500 required to replace the 200-year-old broken window and this target was broken handsomely within 72 hours.  This will allow the Trust to not only replace the window but also go some way to improving the security systems at the Mill.

Wheels of Time

Crabble Corn Mill is participating in this initiative to promote the museums of Kent to a younger audiance.
Wheels of Time is a partnership of museums and heritage sites in Kent developed to promote education in history and heritage among young children.
This purpose is achieved by running a scheme to encourage children, between the ages of 5 and 11, to visit museums and heritage sites in Kent.
Normal admission charges to the mill will apply,

Visit the Wheels of Time website to learn more about the scheme.

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