Westwood Marshes Mill, Walberswick



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"Pumping mills didn't grind corn"

Letter to the Editor of 'Country Life' from "Bywayman" of Somerset, saying that, when he knew the Windmill on the marshes at Walberswick before WW2, it was just a pumping mill and there was no question of grinding corn there.

"Pumping Mill"

Letter and illustration in 'Farm and Country' about the destruction of the windmill on Walberswick Marshes by arson.

"New life for an old windmill"

Illustration with caption in the 'Yorkshire Evening Post' showing the windmill on the marshes at Walberswick in Suffolk, now restored having been used by aircraft for gunnery practice during the War.

"Mill to be restored"

Note in the 'Evening Standard' that a committee of locals in Walberswick, Suffolk, have been granted a licence to restore the old windmill which was used as a target for rifle practice during World War 2.

"Grist for the mill"

Snippet from the 'Daily Express' about how the villagers of Walberswick in Suffolk have raised £450 to preserve their war-damaged windmill.

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