Cutting from 'Surrey Mirror' of an article by Phil Moore describing the conversion of Wray Common Mill into a permanent residence by owner Mr. John Skinner. The article gives an overview of what it is like to live in a converted windmill, and also includes a brief history of the mill.
Cutting from 'West Sussex and South of England Advertiser' giving a brief history of Elstead Mill near Farnham. The article contains details of the mill's changing function and ownership, and mentions that it stopped functioning as a mill in 1875 and was occupied by Mr and Mrs. H. M. Bentley as a private residence. It is accompanied by a sketch of the mill by Mr. Edward Langdon.
Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' describing the conversion of Cosford Mill in Surrey into a residence for Mr. and Mrs. Loarridge. The article provides details of the restoration effort, and is accompanied by a sketch by Mr. Sedgley.
Cutting from 'Surrey Advertiser' of an article by Matthew Alexander, the curator of Guildford Museum describing the history of the Town Mills in Guildford. The article provides a detailed history of the mill's ownership and functions, as well as its current use.
Cutting from 'Daily Express' describing a church service held in a windmill on Reigate Heath. The article describes how the mill was converted into the chapel of St. Cross, and gives a brief history of the building.
Cutting from 'Evening News' describing how Lieutenant-Colenel H. M. Lambert plans to restore the windmill on Wimbledon Common and its surrounding area into a garden restaurant. The article also mention that the mill was being used as flats at the time by Head Keeper Jordan and Keeper Crabtree and their families.
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.
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.
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.