Smock mills



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" 'Last' mill to be home'

Article in the Brighton 'Evening Argus' about the decision by the Corporation's Planning Committee to grant Mrs Christiansen outline permission to convert Patcham windmill into a home. There is also an historical note about Ballards Post Mill and the reasons Mr Joseph Harris built the rival Patcham tower mill.

""Sails to come"

Drawing by G Gordon Scott of Herne Bay smock mill, accompanying article recording the local Society raising £3,700 to restore it.

"'Last' mill to be home"

Cutting from an unknown source of an article by Leonard Knowles describing the conversion of Patcham tower windmill into a house. The article cites Mrs. M. K. Christiansen as the applicant for planning permission, and also gives a detailed history of the mill under the care of Joseph Harris.

"A Cheerful 'Outlook' "

Piece in the 'Sussex Daily News' about a new Parish Magazine produced by West Blatchington, which has two etchings by E. W. Pannell, one of which shows a church door opening out on-to the well-known windmill.

"A Climping Landmark"

Illustration and caption in the 'West Sussex Gazette and South of England Advertiser' showing the Bailiffscourt Estate buildings that include Tottisham Mill, Climping.

"A Clymping landmark"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing the conversion of Tottisham Mill in Clymping into a private residence by Lor Moyne. The article also mentions the appeal the mill has to artists, and is accompanied by a sketch by Mr. Sedgley.

"A Kent Mill: From an original Block Print by W J Searle"

Cutting from "Christian Science Monitor" showing the original Block Print of a typical Kentish windmill. The publication observes that "The old windmills of England are steadily giving way to the modern trend of motor power." However, a ramble through Kent can still find several windmills in working order.

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