Help save Potter Heigham windmill

RENOVATION experts are being called upon to blow new life into a 19th century windmill which is showing signs of wear and tear.Potter Heigham resident Keith Lowes is looking for experts willing to help him restore the 160-year-old tower windmill in his village, which needs repairs to its brickwork and tin roof, which is leaking water around the edges.

RENOVATION experts are being called upon to blow new life into a 19th century windmill which is showing signs of wear and tear.

Potter Heigham resident Keith Lowes is looking for experts willing to help him restore the 160-year-old tower windmill in his village, which needs repairs to its brickwork and tin roof, which is leaking water around the edges.

As reported in last week's Mercury, Mr Lowes' mother-in-law Harriet Cox owns the mill and he has already visited the mill with a cherry picker to repair some of the red bricks near the roof.

Anyone who can help Mr Lowes can contact him on 01692 670083.