Issue 40 Newsletter – May 2024

In this issue of the Green’s Windmill newsletter we give an update on the first step towards mill repairs, events we ran this spring and events to look forward to, special visitors and much more. Download issue 40 of the Green’s Windmill newsletter...

First step towards mill repairs

It’s our pleasure to announce £685,000 has been secured to carry out the repairs required to bring Green’s Windmill back up to full working order. The windmill sails were removed in late 2022 for safety reasons as time had taken its toll on the building....

Your Windmill Needs You!

A message from Tom Huggon, Chair of the Green’s Windmill Trust. Thirteen years ago a small group of people joined together to manage Green’s Windmill and Science Centre in partnership with Nottingham City Council (who own the windmill). We set up the Green’s Windmill...

Issue 37 Newsletter – August 2023

In this latest issue of the Green’s Windmill newsletter we celebrate being certified organic for another year, look back at the wonderful events from the spring and summer, highlight different ways you can support us and much more. Download Issue 37 of the...

Issue 36 Newsletter – March 2023

In this latest issue of the Green’s Windmill newsletter we report on some major maintenance work required at the mill, the Festival of Science and Curiosity, recent local and national publicity, the economic impact of Green’s Windmill, a feature on the...

Major Work and Ongoing Maintenance

After almost 40 years of successful milling since its early 1980s restoration, Green’s Windmill is in need of significant maintenance work requiring the temporary removal of its sails. The grade II listed fully functional windmill sits on top of a hill, where it is...