Article in the Stroud (Gloucs) 'News & Journal' about a lecture which Mr Rex Wailes gave at the Technical College about his campaign to save or record what is left of Britain's industrial heritage before it is too late.
Letter to the Editor of 'The Field' from Mrs Dance, of the S.P.A.B., commenting on CUTT-03642'S illustration and adding that Rex Wailes, their Technical Advisor, had visited the site without finding any modern traces of the mill shown.
Letter to the Editor of the 'Stratford-upon-Avon Herald' from Sir Willoughby de Broke & Mr O. A. Greenslade, about the report by Mr Rex Wailes of the S.P.A.B. on the irreparable done to the the Burton Dassett mill in the 1946 storm. However, he reports that the 'Beacon Tower' nearby might benefit from restoration work and that the £60 requested for the mill could be better spent on the Beacon.
Note in the 'Royal Leamington Spa Courier' that Mr Rex Wailes, of the S.P.A.B. had reported to Burton Dassett parish council that a complete rebuild would be necessary to restore the windmill to its former landmark status, and this would cost at least £1,000.
Illustrated piece in the 'Hastings & St. Leonards Observer' showing the Mayor, Alderman C. Barfoot, inspecting the interior of Silverhill Mill with Mr Rex Wailes of the S.P.A.B. to assess how realistic its restoration could be.
Article in the 'Evening News' recording the story of how the restoration of Medmerry Mill came about, thanks to the S.P.A.B. being tipped off and Rex Wailes being asked to do an inspection, after which the owners, John & Douglas Bunn, decided to start the repairs.