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Dowland
Dowland
West Upcott Farm, once known as "Mallet's Upcott". 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
Dowland parish church yard. 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
West Upcott Farm, once known as "Mallet's Upcott". 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
Looking west through the village. 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
Entrance to Dowland Mill. 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
Nameplate on wall of West Upcott Farm, once known as 'Mallet's Upcott' 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
West Upcott Farm, once known as "Mallet's Upcott". 
 
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Dowland
Dowland
Dowland Parish Church.  
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
Belt pulley which would have been part of the internal machinery of the mill.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
Hand powered threshing machine. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
View of loading doors. Sacks of flour would have been loaded from here onto waiting vehicles.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
The cottage and country shop. These have been added since the Ladd family took over ownership of the mill.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
Shop opening hours. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
View from the road bridge looking north-west. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
View from the A377, Crediton to Exeter Road. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
The mill viewed from the east. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
Old road sign (give way or yield). 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
Entrance to the country shop.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
The original mill building, now converted to a warehouse and living accommodation.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
View of the mill building from the south.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
An outbuilding constructed since the Ladd family took ownership.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
The cottage and country shop. These have been added since the Ladd family took over ownership of the mill.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
View of the River Yeo showing the leat from the mill. Unfortunately, the flow and current of the river has reduced to the extent that it cannot give enough power to drive machinery.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
The mill has been converted into shops and a warehouse, selling computers and country pursuits equipment. 
 
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Downes Mill
Downes Mill
View from the bank of the River Yeo.

[With special thanks to Donald Ladd]. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
1960s Mallett's Exonia Recipe Book. Published by WR Mallett Limited of Exwick Flour Mills, Exeter. Promotional pamphlet, 16 pages, with various flour based recipes for cakes, scones, icing, biscuits etc., all in imperial units (as advertised on eBay).

It is now owned by a member of the Mallett family in Australia.  
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of the mill from the garden looking north-west. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of the main building and extension from the south. The scale of the site can be judged from this photograph. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of the main building and extension. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of the main building from the road.  
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of the main building and loading doors. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
St Andrews Church. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of one of the mill outbuildings. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View across the mill to the St David's area of Exeter. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
Close up view of the mill from the north. 
 
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Exwick
Exwick
View of the mill from the north. 
 
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Eye
Eye
This was the location of the original market founded by Robert Malet. 
 
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Eye
Eye
"The Honour of Eye", shown in red on a map of Suffolk. 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
"The Honour of Eye", shown in red on a map of Suffolk. 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 

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