Article in 'The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder' by Reece Winstone A.R.P.S., F.R.S.A. on the theme of the variety of windmills and the arrival of the new wind turbine being put up at St.Albans that should generate 100 kW in a 30 mile per hou. wind.
Note in the 'Norwich Mercury' about the monthly meeting of the Norwich and District Society of Model Engineers, at which Mr H O Clark gave a talk about his model of Sprowston Windmill (burnt down in 1934) and the history of milling.
Cutting from "Blackpool Times". The Ancient Monuments Society come to the rescue by taking an interest in preserving the old mills of the Fylde. An authority on mills said "it seemed a pity that not one windmill was to be seen at work in the Fylde". Lancashire had a chance to see at least one windmill remained.
Cutting from "West Lancashire Evening Gazette". The Weeton windmill was built in 1812 and the present owner, Lord Derby has promised to help the Society of Ancient Monuments preserve it for the future. Mr Wailes described the mill as a 'fine example of a tower mill and the work of the early millwrights.
Cutting from "Blackpool Gazette and Herald". A letter to "the Letter Bag" of this publication with a response to Mr Allen's plea for the preservation of the windmills of the Fylde. The letter writer adds comment and support for preservation/restoration of the Fylde windmills and others across the country.
Cutting from "Erith Observer". The president of the Dartford and District Antiquarian Society gave a talk on "Windmills" at a recent Annual meeting. The talk discussed the work of the Society and continued with a resume about the disappearance of watermills and windmills in the area, their history and relationship with the countryside. Several watermills and windmills were mentioned.
Cutting from "Bromley and Kentish Times". At a recent meeting of the Keston Archaeology and Photographic Club, Lord Stanley accepted the presidency of the club with Vice President Major Basil Binyon of Hayes.