Report in the 'Evening Standard' that restoration work on Brixton Hill's old windmill will soon begin, now that replacement parts have been located by a Lincolnshire millwright, Mr R. Thompson, at Burgh in Norfolk.
Cutting from "Kentish Gazette" gives an account of a Canterbury boy's interest in Windmills. Jack Holman started his hobby when he was eight years old by making a wooden model of a windmill and his fascination for windmills has continued ever since.
Article in the 'Wandsworth Borough News' about the widely spread parts of the country from which contributions to Commons Conservator Col. Lambert's Appeal Fund have come, and the stories that have accompanied them.
Letter to the Editor of the 'Wandsworth Borough News' from C. Haskett-Smith, Chairman of the Wimbledon and Putney Common Conservators, about the need for repairs to the windmill that has connections with the late Lord Baden-Powell.
Piece in the 'Birmingham Daily Mail' mentioning the variety of mills listed below and illustrating Chesterton mill. It also mentions mills at Naseby and Whiteladies, which are not yet included in our Mills Index.
Cutting from 'Star' describing an effort to raise money to save the old windmill on Wimbledon Common by the local community through submission of art work of the old mill. The article contains a brief history of the mill and the requirements for its restoration.
Letter to the Editor of an unknown paper from Miss Barbara J. Smith, of Sutton, Surrey, about Outwood Mill near Reigate, Surrey, where stone-ground wholemeal flour is produced every Sunday afternoon by the Thomas brothers.