Cutting from 'Post Echo' describing the damage done to Dunstable Mill during a gale in 1892. The article contains details of the damage according to then-owner Mr. Rodwell, and the requirements for repair of the mill.
Cutting from 'Bedforshire Times' of an article by John Pickford describing the restoration of some and loss of other mills in Bedfordshire. The article also contains brief histories of various mills in the area.
Cutting from 'Evening Standard' describing the transfer of a windmill at Stanbridge from the owner to the district council in order for it to be converted into a reservoir to supply water to the village.
Cutting from 'Daily Telegraph' describing the decision by Peter Law's heirs to demolish an old windmill at Cranfield after his death. The article also mentions that Mr. Law had unsuccessfully offered the mill to the National Trust for preservation.
Cutting from 'Dunstable Gazette' describing the restoration work carried out at Doolittle Mill in Eaton Bray by owner Mr. Buckmaster Linney. The article mentions challenges faced by Mr. Linney during the project, and his future plans for the mill.
Cutting from 'Daily Graphic' describing the conversion of the interior of a windmill in Dunstable to resemble the interior of a ship by the Dunstable Sea Cadets for use as their headquarters. The article also contains details of the mill's purchase by the cadets.
Cutting from 'The Star' describing the shift from wind power to electricity at an old windmill in Biggleswade, resulting in deterioration of the sails. The article mentions that windmill expert Rex Wailes recommended the sails be taken down as soon as possible for further examination.
Cutting from 'Beds and Herts Evening Telegraph' describing the difficulty associated with safely demolishing Biscot Mill by either tearing or burning it down. The article gives a brief history of the mill and also includes details of attempted restorations by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and Friends of Luton Museum.
Cutting from 'Bedforshire Times' describing the damage done to the sails of Keysoe Windmill, and the intention to repair them by owner Mr. Filsell with the help of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. The article outlines the cost of repairs, and also gives a brief history of the mill.