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A weekend in the park(s)

With it being the hottest early May Bank Holiday weekend on record, we spent most of it in various parks.

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Wanted: Project Administrator for Friends of Windmill Gardens

The Friends of Windmill Gardens are looking for a part time Project Administrator to support them through the step changes required to prepare for and open the new education building at Brixton Windmill. 142 more words

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Head to the Brixton Windmill Beer & Bread Festival on Bank Holiday Monday

Bank Holiday Monday on 7 May sees the annual Beer & Bread Festival at Windmill Gardens. As well as a chance to buy flour milled at the windmill, there will be music, beer from local breweries including Brixton Brewery, and goodies from the Old Post Office Bakery. 24 more words

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Bands on Film: The Scaramanga Six, Mega Emotion, Hurtling + Hot Sauce Pony at The Brixton Hill AGM

It’s been a great summer of all-dayers around London and one of our favourites was the Brixton Hill AGM at South London’s finest establishment, The Windmill. 46 more words

Bands on Film: Matters, Grieving + Downard at The Sunburn All-Dayer

Finishing off our round-up of last weekend’s awesome Sunburn all-dayer at The Windmill, Brixton we have a triple helping of live musical goodness for you, recorded at the show by our own Paul Maps. 25 more words

Bands on Film: Gaygirl Live at The Sunburn All-Dayer

Yesterday we brought you a full review of the awesome Sunburn all-dayer at The Windmill, Brixton and today we’ve another slice of live action from the show, this time in the form of openers Gaygirl and their track ‘Dirty Grace’. 11 more words

Bands on Film: Rat The Magnificent live at The Sunburn All-Dayer

Our co-conspirators Frauds put on an awesome line-up for their Sunburn all-dayer at The Windmill, Brixton this past weekend.¬† We’ll be bringing you a full review and photos of the event shortly, but to whet your appetite here’s a clip of Rat The Magnificent, whose muscular set of fuzzed up post-punk was one of the highlights of the day, performing ‘Martallon’. 9 more words