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"Repair order on ruined mill"

Cutting from 'North Norfolk News' outlining efforts of the North Norfolk District Council to track down the owner of Briggate Mill in order to have repairs to the mill carried out.

"Home 'too close to old mill'"

Cutting from an unknown source outlining the potential refusal of Mr. J. North's planning application to build a home close to Old Mill in Hibaldstow. The appeal was made to the North Lincs Council, but the English Heritage opposed the buildi...

"Sacks appeal"

Cutting from an unknown source of an article by Chris Arnot describing Green's Mill in Nottingham. The article outlines the history of the mill, and the involvement of mathematical pioneer George Green. The article also looks at the restorati...

"Kipling's water mill turns again"

Cutting from 'Evening Argus' of a short article about the completed restoration of Kipling's mill at Bateman's. The opening ceremony was performed by Lord Gibson, Chairman of the Arts Council, and the article goes on to elabora...

"The miller and his ancient tale"

Cutting from 'Sunday Telegraph' of an article by Ann Morris outlining the history of the Hosken family at Mill Farm in Blackland, and how they eventually had to sell the mill. The article also explores why mills attract so much attention...

"Old Sussex tide-mills"

Cutting from 'The West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' of an article by Robert Ashby outlining the history of tide-mills in Sussex. The article mentions some prominent mills such as the Bishopston Tide-Mill, and others lo...

"Old Broadwater Mill memories"

Cutting from 'Worthing Gazette' of an entry by Mrs. H. S. Bone thanking the editor of the Gazette for an article related to Broadwater Mill. In it she mentions her grandfather, the late Charles Carter, was the millwright.

"A year's work on the old mill"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' of an article describing voluntary efforts of mechanicians from the Air Engineering School at H.M.S Daedalus to help restore Burton Mill, owned by West Sussex County council. The team was led by Mr. Ala...

"Navy men help to restore old mill"

Cutting from 'Midhurst and Petworth Observer' of an article describing voluntary efforts of mechanicians from the Air Engineering School at H.M.S Daedalus to help restore Burton Mill, owned by West Sussex County council. The team was led...

"A plan to save and preserve Kipling's mill"

Cutting from an 'Kent and Sussex Courier' of an article describing plans to restore Kipling's mill in Sussex. The article outlines plans for the mill to be converted into a museum for educational purposes, and also appeals for help ...

Fire at Mill House, Aldingbourne

Cutting from an 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' of a short entry about a fire at Mill House in Aldingbourne. The article gives a brief overview of the damage caused to the mill house, owned by Mr. and Mrs. R. Morris.

"Mill will not be preserved"

Cutting from 'Kent and Sussex Courier' describing the unsuccessful appeal for a building preservation order by Uckfield and District Preservation Society for New Mill at Crowborough Warren. The appeal was rejected by Uckfield Rural Council.

"Kipling mill works again after 70 years"

Cutting from 'Daily Telegraph' of a short article describing the restarting of production at Parker Mill in Sussex. The National Trust reopened the water-powered flour mill which was re-purposed by Rudyard Kipling to provide electricity ...

"Old mill on the move?"

Cutting from 'The West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' of an article describing the potential moving of an old mill at Arundel to make way for new property development. The development firm, Wimpey Homes, was willing to d...

"Water mill wheel, Beckley Furnace"

Cutting from an unknown source of a short entry by Edmund Austen outlining the taking of the mill by Mr. W. C. Hewett of Rye. The entry gives a brief history of the mill, including its ownership by the Miller family and a fire that destroyed it on...

"Famous mill burned down"

Cutting from 'The Star' of an article describing a fire at Barcombe Mill near Lewes in Sussex. The mill, which housed a button factory, was completely destroyed and caused the unemployment of about 50 people.

Smuggler's hiding places in mills

Cutting from an unknown source of a drawing and brief description by James E. Martin illustrating a smuggler's possible hiding place at the watermill on Bailey's Farm in Coolham.

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