We are delighted to have appointed a new trainee miller. The post has been vacant since former trainee Andy Hallam took over as head miller in July. The position is funded by an Arts Council grant that has previously been administrated by Nottingham City Museums.
News & Events at Green’s Windmill
Some of you may remember that back in June we had some repairs carried out on the fantail, replacing some of the tie rods which keep the individual fan boards rigid. This was a temporary measure to ensure the mill could continue to operate over the busy summer period, but in the longer term each […]
Green’s Windmill received a visit from a very special guest on 8th November when the one and only Pudsey Bear dropped by accompanied by BBC Radio Nottingham’s Verity Cowley.
Nottingham Civic Society have kindly donated to us a large quantity of historical maps of the city and county. These reprints are a valuable resource for students of local history
At last we are reprinting all of George Green’s scientific papers. There will bethree volumes; one is the famous 1828 Essay on Electricity and Magnetism and the other two are all his other papers collected.
As has been noted before, teasing out the history of particular mills can be intriguing as they can change their names, be knocked down or otherwise destroyed and rebuilt or even be moved to new locations.