Article in 'The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder' by Reece Winstone A.R.P.S., F.R.S.A. on the theme of the variety of windmills and the arrival of the new wind turbine being put up at St.Albans that should generate 100 kW in a 30 mile per hou. wind.
Cutting from "Blackpool Gazette and Herald". Marton windmill, one of many in the Fylde, is being preserved as a public monument. In some districts the local authority has taken responsibility for the preservation of these landmarks e.g. West Blatchington Windmill was purchased by the Hove Town Council for preservation.
Cutting from "Through Highways and Byways - Mercury Tours No. 61 by John o'the Weald". An article on Windmills describing some facts and history that resonate today while travelling through the Kent and Sussex countryside.
Cutting from 'Evening Argus' of an article by Faith Lee outlining the determined restoration effort carried out at Nutley windmill in Uckfield. The article gives a brief history of the seven-year effort, and mentions Mr. Tony Turner as the initiator of the project, and Kenneth Hamlin, Tony Shaw and Frank Gregory as the central team.
Note from 'The Daily Telegraph' about plans to restore Cross-in-Hand post mill if a sum of £7,000 can be raised. However, the Mills Index gives two possible post mills, helpfully known as 'Old' and 'New', to which this could equally refer - Talbot Green.
Cutting from the Brighton 'Evening Argus' about the first contribution to the fund for purchasing and restoring Polegate windmill, against the Preservation Order obtained by the Eastbourne & District Preservation Society.
Piece from the Brighton 'Evening Argus' about the angry reaction to notices which the police put up banning childrens' games on a piece of land, claimed to have been a public open space since the 14th century, alongside the windmill and St Peter's Church in West Blatchington.
Cutting from 'Evening Argus' of an article by Adam Trimingham describing involvement of Peter Hill with West Blatchington windmill. The article mentions that the mill is owned by Hove Council, but that most of the work is carried out by Friends of the mill, chaired by Peter Hill. It also goes over some of the problems faced by those involved in the restoration and maintenance project.
Cutting from a Sussex local paper of unknown date, with a picture of the one-third-scale model post mill which Rodney de Little(16) of Hassocks has just finished constructing at his home at Broadhill Farm.