Ingham made his first start for Melbourne Victory in their opening 2016 AFC Champions League match against Shanghai SIPG F. on 24 February 2016, in what was only his third appearance for the club.During the match, he scored his first goal for the club, scoring in the 31st minute in an eventual 2–1 win.
Kedington Water Mill Kedington mill stood on the River Stour. It had an undershot waterwheel, but it was unusual because the wheel was extremely wide, at 8ft 8in. Long Melford Water Mills Domesday Book recorded two mills at Melford, apparently dating back prior to 1066.
The name "Melford" probably derives from the description of the ford which had to be crossed at the foot of Melford Green.
In April 1978 the Suffolk Preservation Society bought the mill with the aid of a large anonymous donation.
The watermill is now largely renovated and in running order.
Facts or suppositions about each mill will be included below, and the reader should be aware that in a time span of up to a thousand years, mill structures and methods will have changed, and even the site of the individual mill may have shifted somewhat.
It should also be noted that a miller might be responsible for both a watermill and a windmill, which may well be located fairly close by the watermill.
Ingham scored his first A-League goal for Melbourne Victory on 12 November 2016, against the Western Sydney Wanderers, in an eventual 3–0 win.
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Ixworth Mill This mill stands on the River Blackbourne, and is downstream from Pakenham Mill. It was built in 1800, and survived as a working mill until 1948.
This picture is by Farringdon Postcards and is dated August 1912.
It also had a roller plant, using steel rollers in place of millstones.