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"Windmill News"

Cutting from "Essex Chronicle" reporting that Essex County Council had sought to make an order for the non-demolition of Upminster windmill. Mr Simons, the owner, objected to this action which was considered by the Ministry of Health inquiry. Mr Simons withdrew his objection after assurances form the Society fo the Preservation of Ancient Buildings would arrange preservation of the mill and mechanism.


Cutting from "Romford Times". The County Council is preparing plans to save the remaining windmills from disappearing from the Essex landscape. From the County surveyor's report it seems the County Council is taking this matter seriously. The report mentions several windmills that are in a serious state of deterioration.

"Essex Windmills"

Cutting from "East Anglian Daily Times". A report by the County Surveyor regarding Essex windmills recommended that the Smock Mill at Upminster should not be demolished. This was approved by the County Council.

"Preserving the Windmills"

Cutting from "Clackton Times" reporting "there is a real danger that many of the old familiar landmarks may be swept away to make room for the new housing estates". The Council is preparing a list of windmills in the county which may be conserved for the future.

"An Essex Windmill to be Saved - Noted landmarks threatened"

Cutting from "The Times" reporting that "Essex County Council has decided to take steps to save windmills in Essex from possible demolition". This was precipitated by a letter received from the Society of the Protection of Ancient Buildings expressing "concern at the rapid disappearance of windmills in Essex".


Photographs of Suffolk watermills and Ramsey Post Mill. Mastercopy of "Some Suffolk Mills" published in Suffolk Mills Group newsletter No 42 November 1988

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