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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.

"£4,000 needed to save mill"

Appeal to the readers of the 'Sussex Express' from Mr Henry Blyth, one of the trustees of the almost-200-year-old Rottingdean Mill, to help save it from falling down.

"£2,000 to repair windmill"

Note in an unknown paper about the grant by Brighton Council of £1,000 to Rottingdean Preservation Society to match the similar sum already raised for repairs to the local windmill.

"£100 will go to saving the windmill"

Cutting from the Brighton 'Evening Argus' about the first contribution to the fund for purchasing and restoring Polegate windmill, against the Preservation Order obtained by the Eastbourne & District Preservation Society.

"£100 for mill appeal fund"

Cutting from the 'Eastbourne Herald Chronicle' about the contribution to the fund to buy and restore Polegate windmill, agreed by Hailsham RDC at their latest meeting.

"Youngsters take on £30,000 mill project"

Cutting from an unknown source describing the efforts of students in the industrial archaeology society at St. Bede's to restore Hellingly watermill near Hailsham. The project was given a Department of the Environment approval for a grant, and the article mentions the owner of the mill Mr. Jonathan Minns and head of science Mr. Dennis Gibson as others involved in the project.

"Yacht's mast used in mill"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' of an article by Mary Taylor describing the developments in Littlehampton. It includes details of Arun Mill being built on the east bank of the harbour in 183, as well as its use as a flour mill and later a brewery, and some other historical details.

Wynn Tremenheere Collection

  • TREM
  • Collection
  • Late 20th century

35mm slides of Sussex, Norfolk and Surrey windmills. Print photos.

Tremenheere, Wynn (1923-2015), chairman of Cranbrook Windmill Association

"W.S.C.C. Planning Application delays"

Report in the 'West Sussex Gazette' on the discussions about why planning applications were taking so long to process, and how well the appeal for contributions to the Windmill Preservation Fund was going.

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