Photo and caption in an East Sussex paper [that contains an advert for a sale in September 1968] showing E. Hole and Frank Agate, two employees of Messrs E. Hole and Son of Burgess Hill, preparing two replacements for the sweeps blown off Argos Hill mill in the gale in December 1967. Various other mills on which the firm had worked are given.
Piece in 'The Daily Telegraph' detailing the various afflictions that can affect an old windmill: and which the Wimbledon Common mill is victim to , along with the address to which to send contributions.
Cutting from the 'Wandsworth Boro' News' how rumours had run along Fleet Street on Guy Fawkes Night that Wimbledon Common Windmill had been burned down: whereas a loose firework had been spotted there and dealt with.
Note in the 'Wimbledon Borough News' about the safe-guards that the Ranger, Lieut.Col. Whitehead, had taken to protect the windmill during the recent high winds, after it was found that the sails were slightly out of true.
Cutting from the 'Wandsworth Borough News' recording that the target of £500 for the renovation of the windmill on Wimbledon Common has been reached after just a few months, which shows how popular it is locally.