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May 2013

Photographers Resource

ISSN 2399-6706

Issue No: 112

Old Buckenham Windmill, Norfolk

This mill built in 1818 has the widest tower in the country, most measure between 12-14ft across the top, while this tower measures 23ft across.

With two Bank Holiday weekends during May this month is full of different activities to both take part in and take photos of including a load of unusual British traditions like Cheese Rolling, Woolsack Races, Soap Box Derby's and the Cotswold Olimpick Games, so check out our May Diary for more details on these and many more.

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May is also the month of National Mills Weekend where some windmills not normally open to the public open their doors for you to have a look around, so don't forget to check out our Windmills Section to find some interesting mills to visit. Last month we spent a week in Norfolk and got a chance to see some of the many windpumps and windmills they have. Take a look at the Horsey Windpump and Old Buckenham Windmill as well as our county guide for Norfolk to find more.

What's New and Changed
Articles Added and Updated Recently

Photographing a Cheese Rolling Event

List of  cheese rolling events in the UK

List of Insurance companies

Locations Guides Added and Updated Recently

Coopers Hill Cheese Rolling, Gloucestershire

Horsey Windpump, Horsey, Norfolk

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