Women in Milling

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21st century women in the milling industry

The Engineer: Aaya Mohammed

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21st century women in the milling industry

The Miller: Emily Munsey

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21st century women in the milling industry

The HR Manager: Emma Bateman

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21st century women in the milling industry

The Operations Manager: Katie Barwise

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21st century women in the milling industry

The HGV Driver: Vicky Edwards

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Historical biographies

Charlotte Tuffnell, Miller of Chesham, Bucks 1796-1879 Part:1

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Historical biographies

Charlotte Tuffnell, Miller of Chesham, Bucks 1796-1879 Part:2

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Historical biographies

Doris Grant (nee Cruikshank) 25 January 1905-27 February 2003

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Historical biographies

Elsie Widdowson, 1906-2000: Pioneer of bread nutrition

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Historical biographies

Margery Kempe: Mystic and Medieval Miller

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Historical biographies

Mary Dobell (nee Couchman) 1759-1825; Mill Owner, Tallow Chandler, Mother and Bankrupt

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Historical biographies

Sarah Rockhill, Miller of Sprowston, Norfolk 1793-1885 Part 1

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Historical biographies

Sarah Rockhill, Miller of Sprowston, Norfolk 1793-1885 Part 2

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Hand milling

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Windmills; A story of innovation

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Agnes of Mountchesney

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

A new economy

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Milling as resistance

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Margaret Bavand of Chester

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Burn the mill

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Milling through the ages: Medieval times

Rohesia, sister of Thomas Becket

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Milling through the ages: 19th and 20th century 

Women in advertising Part 1

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Milling through the ages: 19th and 20th century 

Women in advertising Part 2

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Milling through the ages: 19th and 20th century 

Women in advertising Part 3

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Milling through the ages: 19th and 20th century 

Women, milling, and the world wars