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A fabulous photographic book about an ancient English windmill, its restoration, and its place in the heart of a village community
A fabulous photographic book about an ancient English windmill, its restoration, and its place in the heart of a village community
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      Peter Smyth on June 23

      Hope the project is still on track.

    2. Tim Andrew Creator on April 24

      Hi Zmarties. Thanks, good shout. I'm a Mills Archive Heritage Partner and they will be stocking my book later in the year :)

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      zmarties on April 24

      Tim,

      As well as the 6 legal deposit libraries in the UK (http://www.legaldeposit.org.uk/) who have a legal right to be sent a copy of the book, can I suggest that you might like to send a copy to The Mills Archive in Reading. They made several social media posts during your campaign to encourage backers, and their extensive library is extensively consulted by mills researchers of all types.

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      Leslie Sopp on April 14

      Great news, and congratulations Tim. Really looking forward to hearing about the book coming together now, and to seeing the fruits of your splendid labours!

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      Jeremy Gibson-Harris on April 13

      Well done Tim! really looking forward to seeing the results....very exciting

      All the best

      Jez

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      mark crampton smith on April 13

      Well done Tim.....really looking forward to seeing the first edition hit the streets!

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      David Thompson on April 8

      Hi Tim

      This looks like a really good book so I hope you reach your target in time. I mentioned it today to a couple of neighbours in the village who either didn't know about it (despite the posters) or aren't on the internet. You probably haven't got time to post a brief note through every door in the village but perhaps you could email all the backers so far in Brill with an update and ask them to mention it to their friends and neighbours in the village, offering to help sign up those who aren't on the internet but who would like a copy. It might also be that the PCC or Brill Society could subscribe for some copies to sell to future residents.

      Best of luck with this

      David Thompson