Blakedown Forge, Churchill

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Mill trip 15/5/99; Kirton End Mill, Lincs 19/1/94; Ockham, York; Brampton mill work; Isington, Fishers Farm; Cowley Mill 20/1/93; Crabble and Dover; Churchill Forge, Church St etc; Christchurch, Chazey, Sacrewell; Eccleshall; Stainsby, Gelli Groes; Michelham 11/5/97; Titt dwgs; Crux Easton; N Leverton; Sacrewell; Ford End Watermill; Kingsley Mill; Carmarthen Bay; Poughill; Rowley Park Fm; Michelham 1/4/98; Windsor, Eddington; Stanford End 18/09/1993; Silchester Stone Spindle; Town Mill, Salisbury; Flitwick; Lamarsh Wind Engine; Oxon water pumps; Postford Mill; Brimpton Mill; Switzerland 6/96; Buda flour mill; Rufford Abbey; Cheshire 5/97; Norwich bosses, Bridewell Museum, Eddington Mill; Beetham, Churchill.

Mike Field Collection

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  • 1968 - 1979

Display boards from the Molinological Conference ('Molicon'), 1979. Copies of drawings of Wrawby post mill by C T G B, 1968. Three films:UK windmills inc Paxton and Bourne, 1968; Denmark windmills, May 1974; Blakedown Forge, Churchill, Worcestershire, July 1971.

Field, Mike

"Churchill, Baches Forge"

Dating from the 13th century Churchill Forge Mill is one of the last water powered forge mills remaining intact in the UK. The site is partly restored to working condition. The Bache family developed the mill in the 19th century and still own the property.

"Churchill, Baches Forge"

Dating from the 13th century Churchill Forge Mill is one of the last water powered forge mills remaining intact in the UK. The site is partly restored to working condition. The Bache family developed the mill in the 19th century and still own the property.

"Churchill, Baches Forge"

Dating from the 13th century Churchill Forge Mill is one of the last water powered forge mills remaining intact in the UK. The site is partly restored to working condition. The Bache family developed the mill in the 19th century and still own the property.

"Churchill, Baches Forge"

Dating from the 13th century Churchill Forge Mill is one of the last water powered forge mills remaining intact in the UK. The site is partly restored to working condition. The Bache family developed the mill in the 19th century and still own the property.

"Churchill, Baches Forge"

Dating from the 13th century Churchill Forge Mill is one of the last water powered forge mills remaining intact in the UK. The site is partly restored to working condition. The Bache family developed the mill in the 19th century and still own the property.

"A study of the power of water"

Article in the 'Kidderminster Shuttle' about how the children at Birchen Coppice First School are being introduced to the idea that, in the past, water mills served an important purpose by visits to Broadwater Mill and Churchill Forge.

"Now these old mills will show the flag"

Article in the 'Coventry Evening Telegraph' celebrating the 50th anniversary of the S.P.A.B.'s Wind & Watermills Section, that is going to be marked by special openings at e.g. the Churchill Forge / blade mill at Blakedown near Kidderminster: Hoo watermill near Alcester: Great Alne watermill, formerly the workshop of the millwright Derek Ogden: Cesters Over Watermill near Rugby: Charlecote watermill: Foleshill water mill on the River Sowe in Coventry, now electric powered: Baginton tower mill at Balsall Common in Berkswell: the Danzey Green post mill which is now in the Avoncroft Museum of Buildings near Bromsgrovve; the 12-sided tower miill at Tysoe: and the former 5-sailed tower mill at Tuttle Hill.