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"Repairs at Haxted Mill"

Cutting from an unknown source describing the installation of fibre-glass paddles at Haxted Mill near Linglfield. The article includes comments by owner Mr. C. E. Woodrow on how he came to his decision.

"Every month the mill beetles are bombed..."

Cutting from 'The Courier' describing the process by which Mr. C. E. Woodrow, owner of Haxted Mill near Edenbridge, keeps death-watch beetles from destroying the woodwork of his mill. The article also goes on to describe the restoration effort being made by Mr. Woodrow and his intentions for use of the mill after the project's completion.

"This old windmill embraces all home comforts"

Cutting from 'Surrey Mirror' of an article by Phil Moore describing the conversion of Wray Common Mill into a permanent residence by owner Mr. John Skinner. The article gives an overview of what it is like to live in a converted windmill, and also includes a brief history of the mill.

"Restored Windmills"

Cutting from 'Cumberland News' describing a visit to Reigate by Mr John Forster, who noted the restoration of two windmills. The first was the mill on Wray Common, and the second was Mill Church at Reigate Heath, which was opened as a chapel after 1880.

"Wind power"

Cutting from 'Building Design' describing restoration and relocation efforts at Lowfield Heath windmill. The article explores the reasons for relocation, and mentions Lowfield Heath Windmill Trust, the English Toursit Board, and Gatwick Airport as providers of funding for the project. It also includes details of the restoration project and a brief history of the mill.

"A moving way to beat vandals"

Cutting from 'Evening Argus' describing the dismantling and storage of parts of Lowfield Heath windmill in order to protect it from vandals. The article mentions that this is a part of the relocation of the mill to Gatwick Zoo and Aviaries.

"New hope for an old windmill"

Cutting from 'Argus' describing the plans to relocate and restore Lowfield Heath windmill. the article includes a statement from Mr. Brendon Sewill, a memer of the Lowfield Heath Windmill Trust, as well as details of the project.

"Historic mill to be saved"

Cutting from 'Argus' describing the plans to relocate and restore Lowfield Heath windmill. the article includes a statement from Mr. Brendon Sewill, a member of the Lowfield Heath Windmill Trust, as well as details of the project.

"New home for old windmill"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' of an article by John Richards describing the plans to relocate and restore Lowfield Heath windmill after being granted permission from local authorities. the article includes a statement from Mr. Brendon Sewill, a member of the Lowfield Heath Windmill Trust, as well as details of the project.

"Soaring costs hamper re-erection of windmill"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' describing the problems faced in the restoration of Lowfield Heath windmill after its relocation near Gatwick Zoo and Aviaries due to rising costs of the project. The article also provides a brief history of the mill and details of the restoration project to date.

"Lowfield loses a piece of history"

Cutting from 'Crawley Courier' describing the plans to relocate and restore Lowfield Heath windmill at a new site in Charlwood. The article includes statements of regret from some of the locals, as well as an appeal to help the project.

"Preserving a link with old Horley"

Cutting from 'Surrey Mirror' describing the decision made by Dorking and Horley rural concil to pledge £250 towards restoration of Lowfield Heath windmill, subject to Ministry approval. The article also includes a brief history of the mill and other details of the fundraising effort.

"Lottery does old windmill a good turn"

Cutting from 'Argus' describing the awarding of a £35,000 grant towards the restoration of Lowfield Heath windmill by the lottery. The article contains a brief history of the mill and restoration and relocation efforts to date.

"Princess opens 'new' mill"

Cutting from 'Horley Mirror' describing the attendance of Princess Alexandra at the opening of the newly restored Lowfield Heath windmill in Charlwood. The article includes a description of the event, and a brief history of the mill and its relocation and restoration project.

"Capel efforts to save Shiremark windmill"

Cutting from 'West Sussex County Times' describing the efforts of Capel Parish Council to save the Shiremark windmill. The article contains details about the planned restoration, including an appeal to the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, and mentions Captain E. Broadwood as a possible candidate responsible for the restoration.

"Shiremark mill"

Cutting from 'The Field' of a submission by O. M. Reed referencing a previous submission by Clive Holland (see CUTT-00277) containing excerpts from R. Thurston Hopkins' book 'Old English Mills and Inns'. The piece gives a brief history about different aspects of Shiremark mill.

"Shiremark windmill"

Cutting from 'The Field' of a submission by Clive Holland giving a brief account of his memories of Shiremark mill, including the allegation that it may have been used as a holding area by smugglers.

"A mill on the River Wey"

Cutting from 'West Sussex and South of England Advertiser' giving a brief history of Elstead Mill near Farnham. The article contains details of the mill's changing function and ownership, and mentions that it stopped functioning as a mill in 1875 and was occupied by Mr and Mrs. H. M. Bentley as a private residence. It is accompanied by a sketch of the mill by Mr. Edward Langdon.

"Elstead Mill on the Wey"

Cutting from 'West Sussex and South of England Advertiser' mentioning Elstead Mill as one of the attractions on the River Wey. The piece is accompanied by a sketch by Mr. F. Sedgley.

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