Brixton Windmill: from building at risk to revival

Brixton Windmill: from building at risk to revival

A pay-to-view recording of this popular online talk by Jean Kerrigan and Tim Gledstone.

Date: 
08/04/2021 - 30/04/2021
REF: 

SL/21

Audience: 
Introductory, General Interest, CPD, Leisure Learning
Location: 
Virtual event: held online
United Kingdom
Price: 

SPAB members & Friends of Windmill Gardens - £5 pp

Non-members - £6 pp

Event details

Brixton Windmill: from building at risk to revival
A pay-to-view recording of this popular online talk by Jean Kerrigan, Friends of Windmill Gardens and Tim Gledstone, Squire & Partners 
Recorded Online Lecture (originally held live online on 18 March 2021) - available until midnight 30 April 2021.
SPAB members - £5 pp 
Non-members - £6 pp

Before Brixton was absorbed by the urban expansion of London in the mid-19th century it was a wheat growing area, which Ashby’s Mill was built to serve in 1816. By 1862 the windmill was so sheltered by other buildings that it received insufficient wind to turn its sails and although it was later altered to use other sources of power its story became one of alternating periods of use and neglect. When it was placed on the Buildings at Risk register in 2002 the Friends of Windmill Gardens (FoWG) was formed and has worked tirelessly to secure a viable future for the Grade II* listed mill. 2020 saw completion of a new building by Squire & Partners, providing meeting and workshop space to support flour production, education and visitor activities at the mill. The Chair of FoWG, Jean Kerrigan and architect Tim Gledstone, partner at Squire & Partners will describe the windmill’s rescue and how the new Centre will both help FoWG showcase the mill’s history and current use, and serve the local community. 

This recorded talk will be available to view on demand until midnight 30 April 2021 only. We thank Jean Kerrigan and Tim Gledstone for allowing us to extend the viewing period of this popular talk.

IT requirements: Please note that this is an online talk presented through a webinar platform. To view the presentation, all you need is an internet connection and a laptop, computer or phone with the ability to play video and audio.    

Accessibility: please contact the SPAB before booking to discuss any special access requirements.

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Image credit: Squire & Partners

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