|Final exhibition at the Mills Archive - Image courtesy of|
With lots of interesting new content, the staff at the well known charity, dedicated to preserving the history of mills around the country, have released another edition of their newsletter. It is packed with information about the work that they do and explains how it makes a difference to the milling community.
Here's a snip bit to give a taste of what you can expect from this latest edition.
This is only the beginning - Ron Cookson
The Mills Archive is now well-known and appriciated in the mills world. This is partly through our own efforts, but also those of our supporters over the last 15 years. Yes it really was April 2002 when we first appeared!
We frequently point out to you, as friends of the Mills Archive, how grateful we are for your support. It is rather pleasing to be able to say to you that your faith in us had been rewarded by our national recognition as an accredited archive service. Acredditation is not only a badge of honour, recognising that we work to the highest standards in all aspects of our work, it is also a detailed, almost forensic examination of everything we do and plan to do."
To read more of this edition click here to download the latest copy.
To find and download older editions of the newsletter click here.
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