Latest Windmill News
April - May 2022
After two long years of Covid restrictions it was wonderful to see the Windmill full again for three consecutive nights as the Deddington Players put on their postponed panto: Peter Pan (That’s a lot of Ps) at the end of March. As always, some fabulous singing, great performances and much hilarity all round. I know the Players are very grateful to all the other Windmill users who rescheduled or cancelled their bookings so that the shows could go on. We all hope they will be able to return to their traditional January slot next year.
I can’t believe it’s finally happening: a new fully refurbished downstairs lavatory block at the Windmill. Clean, modern and much less smelly! I won’t say refurbishing the toilets was the only reason I took on the role as chair of the Windmill management committee - that would be really sad - but it was definitely up there as a top priority. The works should be completed by the end of this month and we appreciate your understanding during this time. The upstairs loos in the building are still operational and we have arranged for three Portaloos - including one for special needs - to be located just in front of the Pocket Park.
The very popular Bloom Coffee Roasters have restarted serving their wonderful coffee at the Lookout on Saturdays and as the football season comes to an end, a rejuvenated Cricket Club takes over the playing field and is looking forward to a long and successful summer. Why not come along and support them, or even better join and play?