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"Mill restorers face 25 years of hard grind"

Cutting from 'Daily Telegraph' of an article by A. J. McIlroy describing the restoration effort of a group of seven men on Oldland Mill in Keymer. The team had been working on the mill since 1981, and the article mentions that there would be at least ten more years of work ahead of the team. It also provides a brief history of the mill, as well as the plans for it once restoration is completed.

"Muscle vs money"

Cutting from 'Argus' of an article by Phil Dennett describing the restoration effort of a group of seven men on Oldland Mill in Keymer. The team had been working on the mill since 1981, and the article mentions that there would be at least ten more years of work ahead of the team. It also provides a brief history of the mill, as well as the plans for it once restoration is completed.

"Keymer's old post-mill"

Cutting from 'Sussex County Magazine' of an article by Christopher Wenlock voicing concern over the state of Oldland Mill in Keymer. The article laments at the lack of effort towards preservation, and describes appeals made locally towards this end. It also provides a brief history of the mill.

"Old mill gets big boost"

Cutting from 'The Leader' describing the donation of £1,500 by British Telecom towards the restoration of Oldland Mill in Keymer. The article includes a statement from mill secretary Iris Annett, and also appeals for more support for the restoration effort from the public.

"Oldland Mill"

Cutting from 'Mid Sussex Times' of a submission by Ruth Corbin lamenting the ruinous state of Oldland Mill. The submission also appeals to the public to make an effort to restore the mill.

"Wind of change for the Mill"

Cutting from 'Evening Argus' describing restoration efforts by the Hassocks Amenity Association to restore Oldland Mill in Keymer. The article includes a statement from secretary Iris Annett, as well as plans to restore the mill to its original purpose as a corn mill, and open it as a museum.

"Team aims to make old mill turn again"

Cutting from 'The Leader' describing restoration efforts by the Hassocks Amenity Association to restore Oldland Mill in Keymer. The article includes a statement from secretary Iris Annett, as well as plans to restore the mill to its original purpose as a corn mill, and open it as a museum. It also gives a brief history of the mill.

"Oldland Mill sits on a blustery Sussex hill. It is being restored by the 'intrepid eight', all of them pensioners"

Cutting from 'The Independent Weekend' of an article by Clive Fewins describing the opening of Oldland Mill to the public after years of restoration. The article mentions that the restoration is incomplete and ongoing, and includes statements from various volunteers involved in the project. It also gives a brief history of the mill and details of the restoration effort to date.

"Saved: a flour of a building"

Cutting from 'Evening Argus' describing the planned restoration to Oldland Mill at Keymer by the Hassocks Amenity Association, with the approval of the mill's owners, the Sussex Archaeological Society. The article also includes a brief history of the mill and details of its depreciation over the years.

Oldland Mill, Keymer

Photograph showing the front of Oldland Mill in Keymer, West Sussex. Photographed by Kenneth G. Farrieson Saturday, 20th December 1958.

Farries, Kenneth G, author

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