Report in the 'Eastern Daily Press' about the rural setting of Syleham post mill, and the fact that its miller is a lady, Mills Jillard, who gets help at times from the millwright, Mr Jesse Wightman, of Saxted.
Report in the 'Bournemouth Evening Echo" about how the National Rivers Authority has decided it will not be safe to let water through Sturminster Marshall's White Mill, when the National Trust have finished restoring it.
Cutting from 'The Times' of an article by Mark Henderson describing the role of wind power in supplementing Britain's electricity production. The article outlines the plan for wind turbines to be erected near Stronoway, and mentions some of the benefits and fallbacks to the local community if the grant application is successful.
Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Echo' describing the contribution of £500 by the Lindsey County Council towards the restoration of Wrawby post mill. The article also contains brief profiles of other local mills that the Council was planning to spend money on.
Cutting from 'Sheffield Telegraph' describing the contribution of £50 by Skegness councillors for the restoration of two of the last seven windmills of Lincolnshire. The article mentions that this was in reply to the £350 appeal made for the reapis of the Burgh and Sibsey mills.