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  1. Visited today! Just the tea rooms - a grey, wintry day but what a lovely, warm welcome - so kind, great customer service and food! Well done to everyone making this happen. It's a little gem of a discovery - I look forward to visiting again!

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  2. Thank you so much for a wonderful visit to the mill yesterday (Friday 12th August). Thanks to Anthony for a great tour. Our grandson, Thomas, loved his time in the mill. We WILL return. (I'm Mike from Burwell Mill)

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  3. I visited Moulton Windmill on Thursday 4th August with my three grandchildren , Katie, Luke and Bradley . We were shown around by Anthony and I can't praise him highly enough for his wonderful way with the children. He addressed them by name during the tour and engaged with them beautifully . They came away really pleased with their visit and told their parents all about it when we returned home. Thank you so very much for making our day out together such a memorable one .

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  4. I found this wonderful composition made especially for your mill. It is very calm and beautifully depicts the serenity of the sails turning. I hope you like it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exwPFjqUyF4

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  5. Its great to see such a fantastic windmill with its sails on and working. It's like stepping back in time. I hope you get plenty of visitors from our site: http://marketdeeping.com/listings/moulton-windmill/#sthash.PaEiIBWu.dpbs

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  6. Long may your sails keep turning - a beautiful sight and well worth the visit

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  7. My family name is Moulton. My family imigrated to America over 130 years ago. It is wonderful to know that the Moulton windmill exists. My deceased father would have been so very proud to see our family name attached to such a beautiful structure. I hope to visit someday....

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  8. All the way from sunny Kansas USA we want to congratulate you on such a fantastic resurection of a beutiful piece of history. Can't wait to see it in September 2012....congrats to my cousin Janet Prescott and all the volunteers that dedicated their time and energy to such an amazing project.

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  9. We visited the mill today and had a personal and very informative tour via the expertise of Peter. The whole project is both monumental and inspiring.We can thoroughly recommend a visit to anyone interested in both local and national history and the dedication and enthusiasm of the volunteers involved is credit to them.We hope to revisit in the near future. Good luck and well done for this magnificent undertaking.

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