Carr Hill Mill, Kirkham

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"For sale... one windmill"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Echo' of a property listing for the Wynde Mile at Kirkham. The article describes the conversion of the mill into a home by Mr. James Dean, and outlines the Mr. Dean's reasons for wanting to move out of it.

"Fylde Windmills"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times" reporting that the best course of action for the windmills of the Fylde should be to preserve them.

"How to turn a windmill into a home"

Cutting from 'Lancashire Evening Post' describing Mr. James Dean's plans to convert an old Kirkham windmill into a house. The article also estimates the cost of the project at £30,000, and provides a brief history of the mill.

"Left By March Of Time"

Cutting from "The Bulletin and Scots Pictorial". Photograph of windmill near Kirkham, Lancashire, one of few in this country still in working order.

"No wind of change"

Cutting from 'Manchester Evening News' describing the withdrawal of the Wynde Mile in Kirkham from an auction and the potential for its private sale. The article also mentions the mill was converted into a luxury home by builder Mr. James Dean.

"Sail Bargains - Sturdily built and ripe for renovation, a windmill can be converted into a wonderful home"

Restored 18th-19th century windmill. Edenbridge Windmill was abandoned in the 1930s. It was a much admired landmark restored by Bob Austwick, a college lecturer who had previous experience in restoration of old buildings. It was sold as a mill without sails to reduce insurance costs and run as a residence re. utilities.

Terry Hope (Sunday Times)

Spring Meeting 2004: Post Mills

Copies of powerpoint presentations made at the SPAB Mills Section spring meeeting, March 2004, at Imperial College. Includes presentations on The Mills Archive; Post Mills of the NW; Archaeology and Dendrochronology of Post MIlls; Restoration of Buckland Windmill.

Harverson, Michael (1937-2017)

"Vanishing Windmills"

Cutting from "Halifax Daily Courier and Guardian" reporting that windmills have never been obvious in Halifax and District. Water power and water wheel were more prevalent than the windmill in this area but where windmills were once a common sight they have fast disappeared. The best examples for visitors are the windmills at Kirkham and Weeton in the Fylde.

"Windmill home plan approved"

Cutting from 'Lytham and St. Annes Press' describing the Kirkham Urban Council Planning Comittee's approval of Mr. James Dean's plans to convert an old Kirkham windmill into a house. The article also provides a brief history of the mill.

"Windmill house"

Cutting from 'Lytham and St. Annes Press' describing the potential conversion of the windmill in Kirkham into a house by Mr. > Bevan-Willis, pending the decision of the Kirkham Town Planning Committee.

"£30,000 home from ancient windmill"

Cutting from 'Lytham and St. Annes Press' describing the Kirkham Urban Council Planning Comittee's approval of Mr. James Dean's plans to convert an old Kirkham windmill into a house. The article also estimates the cost of the project at £30,000, and provides a brief history of the mill.