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Commercial Hire

Perfect for classes, workshops, rehearsals and meetings.

Community Space

With special rates for local community groups.

Weddings & Celebrations

A stylish purpose built venue in a picturesque setting.

The windmill is situated in a small park called Windmill Gardens at the top of Blenheim Gardens road off Brixton Hill.

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School Workshops

The Little Red Hen

This enjoyable and interactive workshop uses the well-known folktale The Little Red Hen as a basis to explore how flour is made at Brixton Windmill.

Meet the Miller

In this interactive workshop, gain an insight into what Brixton life was like nearly 200 years ago.

Flour power

Visit inner London’s only surviving windmill. Learn about how windmills work, the engineering behind these remarkable buildings, and how people used them in the past.

Robbed of Wind!

Discover their story and find out how the growth of London changed life in Brixton Hill. Use costumes and hot seating to find out about working life in and around the windmill.

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Latest News

Trustee roles available

Due to the planned departures of three existing Board members, we are now looking for three new Trustees. As well as fully contributing to the FoWG Board, we would like each of the new Trustees to fulfil one of the following roles, which we have 

New club for older residents at Brixton Windmill

  On April 26th we launched a new weekly club for local residents living near to the windmill. The Brixton Windmill Community Club (BWCC) takes place each Thursday from 10am-1pm at the new centre in Windmill Gardens. It is for older local residents living in 

Growing wheat in Windmill Gardens

  This April, members of Brixton Windmill’s park and gardening volunteers planted heritage wheat in the terraced garden next to Brixton Windmill. It is now growing well and we look forward to harvesting it in late summer.   We first planted heritage wheat in the 

Friends of Windmill Gardens visit Kew

Members of FoWG’s Tai Chi and Gardening groups had a great day out at Kew Gardens on June 9th when we visited as part of Kew’s Community Open Week. Staff and volunteers at Kew had organised a day of free and enjoyable activities. We started 

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