Wilton Mill, Wilton, Wiltshire

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"An old windmill"

Letter to the Editor of 'Meccano Magazine', with photo of a derelict windmill which Barry J. Haynes of Christchurch had come across near the village of Wilton in Wiltshire.

"David's Trustworthy"

Photo in the 'Wiltshire Gazette & Herald' of Mr David Nicholls showing their Civic Trust Award for Wilton Windmill to Mr John Gilbert who does most of the maintenance at the mill.

"Civic Trust Award presented"

Photo in the 'Marlborough Times & Standard' showing the party at Wilton Windmill when the wife of the Chairman of Wiltshire CC, Mrs Nigel Anderson, handed over the Civic Trust's Awards to some of those responsible for the restoration work.

"19th-century mill restored"

Illustrations and caption from 'The Daily Telegraph' recording the completion of the restoration work by Jameson Marshall, the Suffolk millwrights, of Wilton windmill in Wiltshire.

"Last luxury Wiltshire must afford"

Article in the 'Wiltshire Gazette & Herald" about the county's last windmill, standing in a field high above the hamlet of Wilton, near Great Bedwyn; which is now likely to cost three -and -a half times the original estimate i.e. £25,000.

"Windmill cost soars"

Note in the 'Wiltshire Gazette' on how the costs of restoring Wilton Windmill have now risen to £19,000, a rise of £5,000 in 12 months.

"History in a Windmill"

Piece in the 'Bath & Wilts Evening Chronicle' about the appeal for funds by the Chairman of the Wiltshire Historic Buildings Trust, Sir Geoffrey Tritton, to restore Wilton windmill near Great Bedwyn: the machinery being already having the attentions of Mr Derek Ogden who is one of the county's few remaining mill-wrights

"Mill Saved"

Undated photo & cutting - but clearly from 'The Daily Telegraph' - of a letter from Miss F M Aiton of High Wycombe about the recent restoration of the Pitstone Post Mill near Ivinghoe, Bucks, comparing the wish for "millionaire assistance" for Wilton windmill's restoration with the way Pitstone was done entirely with volunteers. And there is still £1,000 left to cover future repairs.

"Worth Saving"

Letter from D. A. E.Cross of Shrewton, Wilts, bemoaning the difficulty of raising £12,000 to restore Shrewton windmill when currently millionaires are swapping pictures "at sums of £1,750,000".

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