Cutting from 'Eastbourne Herald' describing a fire at Hamlin Mill in Hailsham. The fire was reported by Mrs. Frank Catt, and fire services from Hailsham, Heathfield, Herstmonceaux, Pevensey and Eastbourne answered to call. The article mentions the mill housed part of the sacking firm J. and L. Processors Ltd., of Wimbourne.
Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' describing the rejection of the appeal to preserve Storrington Mill by Mr. F. W. Eddolls of the Planning Committee. The article details how various assessors found the mill unworthy of the preservation efforts.
Cutting from 'Midhurst and Petworth Observer' of an article by Nicholas Gould describing the challenge of finding watermills despite there being more surviving ones than windmills. The article talks about the technical workings of watermills, and their applications from corn-grinding to more modern paper-making and iron-works. Prominent watermill locations mentioned are West Ashling, Iping and Duncton for paper-mills; and the Weald iron industry is noted. The article also explores the applications of mills in relation to renewable energy sources.
Cutting from 'The Times' of an article by Mark Henderson describing the role of wind power in supplementing Britain's electricity production. The article outlines the plan for wind turbines to be erected near Stronoway, and mentions some of the benefits and fallbacks to the local community if the grant application is successful.
Cutting from 'The West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' of an article describing the initiation of plans to restore Burton Mill. The article describes how the West Sussex County Council leased to mill the Mrs. Anne Mills, who planned to make the mill operational again. Mr. Alan Allnut, secretary of Sussex Industrial Archaeological Society, was responsible for leading volunteers in the project.