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"Weeton Windmill -

Cutting from "West Lancashire Evening Gazette". The Weeton windmill was built in 1812 and the present owner, Lord Derby has promised to help the Society of Ancient Monuments preserve it for the future. Mr Wailes described the mill as a 'fine example of a tower mill and the work of the early millwrights.

"Fylde Windmills"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times" reporting that the best course of action for the windmills of the Fylde should be to preserve them.

"Windmills - A Plea for Fylde Relics of the Past"

Cutting from "Blackpool Gazette and Herald". A letter to "the Letter Bag" of this publication with a response to Mr Allen's plea for the preservation of the windmills of the Fylde. The letter writer adds comment and support for preservation/restoration of the Fylde windmills and others across the country.

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)

"Warton mills sad end"

Cutting from 'Lytham and St. Annes Express' describing a talk given by A. F. Murphy about the history of windmills on the Fylde. The article mentions Warton Peg Mill as an example, and gives a brief outline of its history and operation.