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"… … from the mill"

Illustrated piece from an unknown Sussex paper of unknown date, mentioning that a local windmill - presumably West Blatchington Mill - had been restored and re-opened by Hove Council.

"… Mill worked by a woman"

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.

"… Mill where water cannot flow"

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.

"£7,000 Target for windmill"

Snippet from an unknown paper about how Mr Alfred Ross, who is a Kent County Councillor and owns a farm near the windmill at Burham, is opening a fund to pay for its restoration.

"£600 damage to landmark"

Cutting from the 'Birmingham Mail' that it is estimated to cost £600 to put right the damage to Northend Mill, Burton Dassett which was wrecked in last week's great storm.

"£500 gift towards Lincs windmill"

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.

"£500 aid to save windmill"

Report in the 'Daily Express' about the scheme by Norfolk CC to restore their windmills, getting under way with support for the work on the mill at Cley-next-the-Sea.

"£50 will help to save windmills"

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.

"£5,500 mill plan may be opposed"

Cutting from an unknown source describing the resistance of a plan to open Skidby Mill as a tourist attraction. The article mention local residents' worries that the increased traffic will detract from the attractiveness of the mill.

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