Author: Tony Bryan
I reckon that mill research to record the surviving mills that are still fairly complete is urgent. (originally posted on Facebook)
When the present economic recession lifts the historic property converters will get back into action with renewed vigour. Many mill enthusiasts have personal records going back 50 years, or so, and are at present assembling and compiling this material so that renewed effort can concentrate on covering gaps, where this is still possible. It is a fact that at least half of the extant traditional mills are already largely gutted and converted mainly to residential use.