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We have been working on the staggered return of our activities in line with the Government’s Roadmap over the past few months and will continue to work as safely as we can with our volunteers, staff and visitors in all that we do.

What we are doing to keep each other safe:

  • Adhering to the government Track and Trace system
  • Providing hand sanitizer and hand washing facilities for all staff, volunteers and visitors
  • Carrying out regular cleaning of Brixton Windmill and Brixton Windmill Centre
  • Wearing masks when inside or part of large groups
  • Practising social distancing

We wish to thank all of our supporters for their understanding and patience during this difficult time for everyone and take the opportunity to reflect on what we can deliver moving forward.

We are delighted to say that all of our activities are now up and running including Windmill ToursGuided walksVenue hire, Events and Education workshops.

There is also an exciting schedule of events throughout September as part of both Open House London and Lambeth Heritage Festival 2021.

Check out the flyer below for full details of our events and activities.


School visits

A great chance for school groups to learn about local heritage on a visit to Brixton Windmill.

Windmill Gardens

Find out more about tai chi and gardening sessions in the park.

Mill history

Today we use the same millstones that ground flour in 1902 – learn more here.

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

Windmill Gardens
100 Blenheim Gardens
Brixton Hill
London SW2 5DA


Dave Lennon

I’ve lived on the estate for 21 years and always had it in my mind to see what was going on locally, in order to see if I could help out and meet new people. The windmill seemed the obvious choice, because let’s face it… it’s cool as…😜

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