Salfords Mill was leased by the Seventh Day Adventists in the late 19th century. They later formed the London Health Food Company, under Dr Kellogg. It was the first mill in England working specially to produce breakfast cereals.

A photo from 1907, showing what remains of the mill after it burnt down in 1900. Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection

A photo from 1907, showing what remains of the mill after it burnt down in 1900
Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection

Click here to see the catalogue of Christ the King, Salfords, Parish Records (1887-1971) held at the Surrey History Centre.

3 Responses to Reigate and Banstead: Salfords Mill

  1. Jill Jones says:

    My mother Margaret Filmer was born here in The Mill House, in the early 20th Century and after her father, Charles Milward died, the family came to live in NZ.

  2. Terry says:

    I am writing a review for The Mill House, Salfords for TripAdvisor and can find very little history of the place. I believe it was a onetime manor house and mill, but there must be a lot more than just that?

    • Steve White says:

      Terry

      I have sent you a couple of items that may be of interest. The building is grade II listed from what I can see from the Council.

      Steve White
      On behalf of The Redhill Centre for Locan & Family History

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