Cutting from 'Portsmouth Evening News' describing the dereliction of an old mill at Clanfield. The article gives a detailed description of the remaining structure and the mill's history. It also mentions inability to demolish the mill due to its historical listing, and the requirements for its restoration according to Mr. John Bishop.
Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' of an article by Alison Ross describing the conversion of Durford Mill near Rogate into a toy factory. The article goes over the history of the owner of Tiger Toys, Ltd., Mr. Robert Hirst, and how he came to set up his factory at the mill. It also includes a brief overview of the technical processes taking place at the factory.
Cutting from "The Daily Mail". A letter to this paper explaining that the purpose of the Windmill Section of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings is "to give assistance in the repair both of working mills and of those that remain as landmarks".
Cutting from 'Doncaster Gazette' describing the auction of Misson Mill and its accompanying buildings by Messrs. Gorbutt and Cartwright. The maximum bid placed was for £550, which the auctioneers rejected, and announced they were open to a private transaction with any interested parties.
Cutting from 'Doncaster Chronicle' of an obituary for Mr. James Henry Sleight, the miller of an 1864 windmill in Misson. The article provides a background of Mr. Sleight's life, and a detailed history of the mill, its structure, and his operation of it.
Cutting from 'Doncaster Gazette' of an obituary for Mr. J. H. Sleight, the miller at Misson Mill. The article describes the operation of the mill under his care, and also provides some details about his personal background.
Cutting from 'Retford Times' describing the auction of Misson Mill after the death of the owner, Mr. J. H. Sleight. The article contains a detailed history of the mill, as well as a description of its structure. It also explains the different processes involved in the operation of a mill.