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Lambeth Council awards £360k to Brixton Windmill for new education centre

Cllr Adrian Garden first posted this on the Lambeth Labour site.

Lambeth Council has awarded £360,000 to Brixton Windmill for the construction of a new education centre. 506 more words


Live Review: Sludgefeast, Old Forest and BiT at The Brixton Windmill 20/9/2016


BiT are a noise rock band that dress up as haggard old ladies with terrifying hag masks. It certainly gets your attention because outside of their image and music, there isn’t an awful lot of banter happening. 450 more words


Events for Brixton Windmill 200th anniversary

Events continue to celebrate Brixton Windmill’s 200th anniversary in 2016.

This weekend sees the Harvest Festival, coinciding with Brixton Design Trail and Open House Weekend. A highlight will be local pattern and print designers Eley Kishimoto  who will dress the windmill sails with their striking Flash design. 248 more words


Brixton Design Trail events in Brixton Hill

Brixton Design Trail 2016 starts today with a series of events and activities until 25th September. Under the theme ‘Rebel Rebel’, it aims to engage the local community and wider design world with a series of installations, exhibitions and events throughout the town centre by resident artists, designers and creative organisations. 133 more words


Interview: Seth Faergolzia - anti-folk polymath talks collaboration, fatherhood and Mickey Mouse Disco

Making 14 albums in 18 years, Seth Faergolzia – the polymathic musician artist and occasional fashion designer described as “freak/genius” – has clocked up an almost Fall-worthy discography and cast of former band members. 1,901 more words

Brixton Windmill update from Cllr Adrian Garden

By Cllr Adrian Garden, Councillor for Brixton Hill

John Ashby’s Windmill (aka Brixton Windmill) is now the nearest mill to the centre of London. It was built in 1816 in farmland on top of a hill. 597 more words


Celebrating Brixton Windmill

Lambeth Council staff will be fundraising for Brixton Windmill next week with a Halloween-village fete-Diwali-Bonfire Night mash-up at Olive Morris House. Staff will be making and selling food, with an emphasis on cake, to raise funds as well as organising village fete type games and collecting donations. 143 more words