Tower mill, Weeton



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"Vanishing Windmills"

Cutting from "Halifax Daily Courier and Guardian" reporting that windmills have never been obvious in Halifax and District. Water power and water wheel were more prevalent than the windmill in this area but where windmills were once a common sight they have fast disappeared. The best examples for visitors are the windmills at Kirkham and Weeton in the Fylde.

"Saving the Fylde Windmills"

Cutting from "Blackpool Gazette and Herald" stating that there is an attempt to preserve the windmills of the Fylde. The preservation of Weeton windmill has been launched by the Ancient Monuments Society. Before being taken over by the National Trust an endowment fund will be set up to maintain the windmill. Lord Derby was the owner.

"Saving the Old Windmill - Weeton Mill"

Cutting from "Manchester Evening Chronicle". The author is glad that plans to raise an endowment fund to preserve the old mill at Weeton are underway and may be handed over to the National Trust for preservation.

"Weeton Windmill"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times" reporting that now a "serious effort" was being considered by the Ancient Monuments Society in cooperation with the Blackpool Corporation to preserve Marton Windmill.

"Weeton Mill - Effort to Restore and Preserve"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times". The Ancient Monuments Society come to the rescue by taking an interest in preserving the old mills of the Fylde. An authority on mills said "it seemed a pity that not one windmill was to be seen at work in the Fylde". Lancashire had a chance to see at least one windmill remained.

"Save the Mill"

Cutting from "West Lancashire Evening Gazette". Picture of Weeton Mill is "threatened" but a meeting today is being held with a view to preserving the mill.

"Saving Windmill Land - Mansion for Sale"

Cutting from "News Chronicle" reporting that the slogan "Visit Windmill Land" was frequently used to advertise coach trips to the Fylde. Windmills have been disappearing and the Lancashire branch of the Ancient Monuments Society has decided to preserve as many of the remaining windmills as possible. The Weeton Windmill is the first step in this preservation programme.

"A Mill on the Fylde"

Cutting from "Manchester Guardian". The Ancient Monuments Society is trying to preserve Weeton Mill near Kirkham. The Society is keen to set up a fundraising committee to oversee a maintenance fund to preserve Weeton Mill in the Fylde.

"Weeton Mill - Scheme to save it for the country"

Cutting from "West Lancashire Evening Gazette" reporting that a meeting at Weeton Mill has been arranged by the Ancient Monuments Society to gain support for the preservation of the Mill. Mr Allen Clarke states that Weeton Mill was built in 1812 but has not been working for some years.

"Weeton Mill"

Cutting from "Manchester Guardian". A picture of Weeton Windmill sent by Henry Riley of Westhoughton, Lancashire.

"Despoiling the Countryside"

Cutting from "Lancashire Daily Post". In reference to "despoiling the countryside" the writer was "delighted" that the Ancient Monuments Society were planning to restore Weeton Windmill and preserve it for the future.

"Fylde Windmills"

Cutting from "Manchester City News" reporting that efforts are being made to save Weeton Mill and others in the Fylde area. Lord Derby is the owner of Weeton Mill and has been in discussions with the Ancient Monuments Society.

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