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"Plans to open mill to the public"

Cutting from 'Newmarket Journal' describing the restoration work done at a mill in Soham by Mr. Nigel Moon. The article explains Mr. Moon's interest in mills, and also includes details on his plans to acquire funding for the project.

"The hard grind to save a windmill"

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.

"Ancient Glo'shire windmill"

Cutting from 'The Citizen' describing the need to preserve windmills in Gloucestershire. The article focuses particularly on Falfield Mill and mentions that it was owned by Mr. G. Raymond Morgan, and then sold to a farmer for use as a labourer's cottage. It also contains a brief history of the mill, and recommendations for preservation of other mills in the area.

Spring Meeting 2004: Post Mills

Copies of powerpoint presentations made at the SPAB Mills Section spring meeeting, March 2004, at Imperial College. Includes presentations on The Mills Archive; Post Mills of the NW; Archaeology and Dendrochronology of Post MIlls; Restoration of Buckland Windmill.

Harverson, Michael (1937-2017)

"'Restore Marsh Mill' say women"

Cutting from 'Thornton Cleveleys Times' describing the interest the Thornton Cleveleys Business and Professional Womens Club had in restoring Marsh Mill. The article also outlines their agreement that although the mill should be restored, the cost of the project should not come out of the rates.

"The mill wheels turn again"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Standard' describing the restoration of Sibsey Mill. The article mentions that the work has been commissioned by the Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, and that the mill is owned by Mr. R. H. Crawford. It also specifies that the work will be carried out by Alford millwrighting firm R. Thompson and Son.

"Sixth sail goes on"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Standard' describing the installation of a sixth sail on Trader Mill at Sibsey. The article also provides details of other aspects of the mill's restoration, including that Alford millwrights R. Thompson and Son were working on the building.

"Prosperity in windmills"

Cutting from 'The Guardian' describing the boom in business for millwrighting firm R. Thompson and Son due to the renewed interest in the restoration of windmills. The article also provides details of mills that the firm has worked on thus far.

"No time to get the wind up"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Echo' describing millwright Tom Davies' task of repainting Heckington Mill as part of its maintenance. The article also mentions that Mr. Davies works for Alford millwrighting firm R. Thompson and Sons.

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