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"The old mill keeps on turning"

Cutting from an unknown source describing how Mr. Stanley Jupp, owner of Outwood Mill in Reigate, restored his mill to full working order with the help of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. The article also gives a brief history of the mill.

"Oldest mill to work again"

Cutting from 'The Star' describing restoration carried out at Outwood Mill in Surrrey. The article mentions the interest the mill holds for the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, and also provides a brief history of the mill.

"300-year-old mill's sails will turn again"

Cutting from 'Evening News' describing restoration to full functionality carried out at Outwood Mill in Surrrey. The article mentions the interest the mill holds for the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, and that owner Stanley Jupp will begin grinding corn there again. It also provides a brief history of the mill.

"They're sailing to save windmill"

Cutting from an unknown source describing an appeal to relocate Lowfield Heath windmill, pending permission from the Crawley Council. The article contains statements from Mr. Brendan Sewill, the chairman of the windmill trust, giving specific requirements for the restoration and relocation of the mill.

"Moving times for an old mill"

Cutting from 'Evening Argus' describing the efforts by the Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society, the Surrey History Group and the Charlwood Society to relocate and restore Lowfield Heath windmill. The article gives details of the team's efforts, as well as a brief history of the mill.

"Windmill church"

Cutting from 'Daily News' describing the successful restoration effort at an old mill on Reigate Heath, and its conversion into a church.

"Windmill to be part of school"

Cutting from 'The Star' describing the conversion of an old mill in Croydon into a boys' school. The article provides details of how the building was modified to fit the needs of the school, as well as a brief history of the mill.

"Old mill sets a problem"

Cutting from 'Evening News' describing the appeal to save the old windmill at Shirley near Croydon. The appeal was led by Croydon Borough Council, who intended to use it as a school, and the article mentions a survey to be carried out by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to decide if the mill was worth saving.

"School want mill to stay"

Cutting from 'Evening Star' describing the plans to build a school at the site of an old windmill in Croydon. The article mentions that architects needed the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to conduct a survey before work on the mill could start, and also speculates as to potential uses for the mill once it has been restored.

"Surrey windmill preserved"

Cutting from 'Daily Telegraph' describing the decision by Croydon Corporation to preserve Shirley Windmill, and use it as a sports store within the grounds of the John Ruskin Grammar School.

"Halnaker Mill"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing restoration efforts to be carried out on Halnaker Mill as part of West Sussex County Council's decision to repair some of the old Sussex mills. Other mills included in the scheme are Shipley Mill and High Salvington Mill. The article gives a brief history of the mill, including previous owners and functions.

"An ill wind for the mill"

Cutting from an unknown source describing the demolition of a windmill in Littlehampton. The article mentions that the property was bought by Billy Butlin in 1932 when he demolished the mill and converted the area into a fair ground.

Sea Mill, Rustington

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' of a photograph of Sea Mill in Rustington. The piece gives a brief history of the mill and surrounding area.

"Swept aside"

Cutting from an unknown source describing the demolition of Draper's Mill in Silverhill. The article gives a detailed history of the mill, including its previously known as Tivoli Mill.

"Second wind for old mill"

Cutting from an unknown source describing plans by the Sussex Downs Conservation Board to preserve Halnaker Mill near Chichester. The article gives a brief history of the mill and the plans for restoration.

"Selsey's 1750 windmill is given a new look"

Cutting from an unknown source describing the restoration effort of an 18th century windmill at Selsey. The article mentions that a caravan company managed by Mr. John Bunn owned the mill, and work was carried out under the supervision of a Chichester architect assisted by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. It also includes a brief history of the mill and details of the restoration effort.

"The mill at Clymping"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing the changing function of Tottisham Mill in Clymping. The article mentions its conversion into a private residence by Lord Moyne, and the new plans to turn it into a guest house by owner Mr. T. Bage. It is accompanied by a sketch by Mr. J. W. Peach.

"Old windmill that became a school"

Cutting from 'Evening Argus' giving a brief history of Clymping Mill in Littlehampton, including its ownership by William Barnard in 1799, and its conversion into a private residence and later a school in the 1950s.

"New-look windmill"

Cutting from 'Bognor Gazette' describing the renovation of Nyetimber Mill by the Downland Housing Society. The article gives details about the use of the land and the mill itself, as well as details of the restoration effort.

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