Mill's Life, Theby Charles Llewellyn
In this book Charles recounts his battle to renovate the mill. With his gentle wit and keen eye
When the death of his father left Charles Llewellyn with the task of selling the ramshackle millhouse and water mill that had been his family's home, Charles found that the mill was full, not just of his family's clutter, but of history spanning nearly a thousand years.
In this book Charles recounts his battle to renovate the mill. With his gentle wit and keen eye for detail he brings Fulford Mill to life, revealing both its charm, and its quirks and curiosities. But it is only when new owner TV producer Roger Tabor arrives to take the mill in hand does Charles discover the mill's unique history which stretches back to the Knights Templar and the Domesday Book.
- Robson Books, Limited
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- 6.41(w) x 9.53(h) x 1.02(d)
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