Kent Millers’ Tales

Overview

January 01st 2007 by Luke Bonwick & Alan Stoyel

Kent Millers' Tales was a Heritage Lottery funded project carried out in 2005 with the aim of cataloguing the Mills Archive's Kent collections, as well as those of Kent County Council. You can read the seven 'Millers' Tales' here, or view an archived copy of the original site (though note that the links to the catalogue will not work).

The Canterbury Miller's Tale

A gateway to the mills of Canterbury, featuring the recollections of a watermiller

A Millwright's Tale

Dedicated to the people - past and present - who built and maintained Kent's mills

A River's Tale 

The River Loose had the highest concentration of watermills in the county

Cranbrook's Tale

Discover the mills in and around Cranbrook, including the famous Union Mill

The Council Officer's Tale

The story of Kent County Council's involvement in the restoration of Kent's windmills

The Mill Researcher's Tale

Celebrating the dedicated and enthusiastic individuals who recorded Kent's mills for posterity

The Mill Smasher's Tale

Meet the infamous "Mill Smasher" of Bethersden

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