Cutting from 'News Chronicle'describing restoration efforts by miller Hector Stone on The Mill in Upminster. The article also mentions that the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings had taken over responsibility for fundraising for the project.
Cutting from 'Kent Messenger'describing the destruction of Black Windmill at Barham by a fire. The article mentions that the county council agreed to pay part of the £7000 required for repairs and also includes a brief history of the mill as well as an eye-witness account of the fire from Mr. Ben Greiner.
Cutting from an unknown source describing a meeting of Friends of Meopham Mill presided over by Mr. Alex Evans about the restoration of Meopham Mill in Kent. The article goes over details of the fundraising and restoration effort, and outlines the mill's current functions.
Cutting from 'Financial Times' of an article by Jenny Luesby describing the history of the Jack and Jill windmills in Sussex and the involvement of local Simon Potter in their upkeep. The article provides details such as dates the mills were built, the formation of the Jack and Jill Windmill Society for the Preservation of Jill, awards won by the society, and briefly mentions a fire at Jill and repair efforts thereafter.
Cutting from 'The Sunday Times' of an article describing efforts to restore the Jack windmill in Clayton by Universal Pictures in preparation for filming a movie starring Michael Caine. Millwrights Edwin and Anthony Hole were charged with the repair operation. The article gives a brief history of both Jack and Jill.
Cutting from 'The Reporter' of an article by Margaret Collingwood describing efforts to restore Meopham Mill in Kent by the Friends of Meopham Mill. The article provides a history of the mill and its functions throughout the years, as well as a record of the Killick brothers having it built. It also mentions the mill's current use.
Cutting from 'Eastern Daily Express' of an article by David Macaulay describing efforts secure funding for the restoration of mills in East Anglia. The article mentions different avenues pursued for funding, including the Millenium Commission, Norfolk County Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund. It also explores the importance of conserving the mills according to different parties.
Cutting from 'Kent Messenger' of an article by John Mannering describing efforts by Kent County Council to preserve the remaining windmills in Kent. The article includes a list of surviving mills supplied by Mr. Peter Davies, and also outlines the current status and occupation of various windmills such as Union Mill, Black Mill and Chillenden Mill.
Cutting from 'Kentish Express' describing the collapse of a mill in Hougham. It was owned by Benjamin C. Tanton and the destruction was witnessed by Mr. Jack G. Gausden. The article also gives a brief history of the mill.
Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' of an article by Robert Ashby describing the history of Terwick Mill in West Sussex. The article gives some background on the mill and its ownership under Edward Ayling and his family, as well as details of the mills use after its sale in 1966.
Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing the contribution of two photographs by Mr. Osborne Hedger of his father, Mr. Robert Hedger, who had been the millwright at the old mill at Rowner Lock. The article also gives a brief history of the mill and other people who worked there.
Cutting from 'The Recorder' describing the inauguration of the Friends of the Mill scheme at Upminster Windmill in Essex. The article mentions the inauguration being carried out by Essex County Council chairman Frank Foster, and also outlines the benefits members of the scheme would be entitled to.
Cutting from 'Southern Weekly News' describing the building of a miniature windmill modeled on an old Coolham post mill. The project was undertaken by Mr. Peter Powell, and the article gives a brief history of the mill and how Mr. Powell came to be interested in it.
Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing the building of a model windmill by Mr. Archibald Palmer, modeled on old Avisford mill. The article gives a brief history of Avisford mill, including various millers who were responsible for running it over the years.
Cutting from 'Sussex Express and County Herald' about the opening of a milling museum at the Polegate Windmill. The opening was carried out by Rex Wailes, and the article also mentions a model windmill, made by Mr. Frank Gregory, as an exhibit of particular interest.