"Beautifully restored - reminds me of childhood visits to East Anglian windmills". Paul Crowley, visitor
Brixton Windmill is 200 years old in 2016! This video celebrates this special occasion.
You can see other videos on our YouTube channel, including one of National Mills Weekend 2016, when we dressed the common sails in sailcloth designed and printed by Eley Kishimoto, our creative ambassador for our bicentenary year.
It's the annual Windmill Parade and Festival on Sunday 26 June. The theme this year is Trades and Professions, and everyone is welcome to join. Meet at 12.30pm in Windrush Square to march up Brixton Hill to the windmill, where there will be workshops, live music, animals from Brixton City Farm and much more!
In keeping with the trades theme we have also arranged several work placements with local businesses - more details will be available at the Friends stall at the festival on 26 June.
The Friends of Windmill Gardens are up for an Urban Food Award in the category of Most Inspiring Producer. Please vote for us before midday on 8 July.
What have you made with Brixton Windmill flour? Post a picture of your creation and we'll include it in our new gallery!
The Friends of Windmill Gardens were formed in 2003 to raise the profile of Brixton Windmill and campaign for its restoration. Now the mill is working again, we are helping to educate visitors and improve the surrounding park.
Friends of Windmill Gardens is a Registered Charity no.1121790