Green’s Windmill

A well loved attraction in the heart of the city. Green's Windmill and Science Centre is a place of fun, education and historical significance.

Green’s Windmill website

Services Make Hay Provided

  • Planning and strategy
  • Website brand and logo creation
  • Project management
  • Content discovery
  • Responsive, accessible web design
  • Content management system implementation
  • Green Hosting
  • Ongoing support

We are thrilled with our website from Make Hay and doubly delighted that it is powered by the wind via Green Hosting. It seems entirely appropriate that a place which relies so heavily on the wind for its operation is also making use of the wind in other areas – and maintaining as low a carbon footprint as possible. Make Hay are ethical, reliable, great communicators and thoroughly nice people, we wouldn’t look anywhere else for web hosting.

Jamie Duff
Heritage Development Officer

Home page

Green’s Windmill Home page

Visiting the Mill index page

Green’s Windmill Visiting the Mill index page

News & Events archive

Green’s Windmill News & Events archive

Internal 'about' page

Green’s Windmill Internal 'about' page

Green's Windmill website mobile views

Green’s Windmill Green's Windmill website mobile views

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Green’s Windmill Case Study

Green’s Mill is a restored and working 19th century tower windmill in Nottingham, UK. The site is also home to a science centre, shop and community garden, where many events and workshops take place for children and adults.

The focus of this project was to promote facilities and events at the windmill and to provide clear and simple ways for people to donate and support the work of the charitable trust. The new design modernised the windmill’s online presence with a friendly and informative style, showing its appeal to people of all ages and especially the fun learning opportunities for children.

Website features and facilities include a news and events archive, embedded promotional videos, picture galleries and documents, pages clearly highlighting the facilities, visitor information, how to support and the history of the mill,
as well as social media integration.

We provide ongoing support and the website is of course hosted on our very own Green Hosting.