These daffodils in full bloom are a sure sign of spring at Brill Windmill.

Victoria Timms, of Oxford Camera Club, took this photo on a recent visit to the popular local landmark near Bicester.

Although temperatures remain cold for this time of year, daffodils have come out across the county.

READ MORE: Festival almost certainly not going ahead in 2024 

Brill Windmill is one of the most photographed windmills in the country.

It is owned by Brill Parish Council and is managed, maintained and opened to the public by The Brill Society, a registered charity.

It’s a post mill dating from around 1680, although most of the structure has been replaced or rebuilt on a number of occasions - the most recent refurbishment was in 2009.

The Brill Society opens the windmill to the public every Sunday from Easter until the end of September but it's best to keep an eye on Instagram and Facebook for exact dates.

Opening hours are usually 2pm - 5pm but bad weather or lack of volunteers can affect this.

Help support trusted local news 

Sign up for a digital subscription now: 

As a digital subscriber you will get: 

  • Unlimited access to the Oxford Mail website 
  • Advert-light access 
  • Reader rewards 
  • Full access to our app 

About the author 

Andy is the Trade and Tourism reporter for the Oxford Mail and you can sign up to his newsletters for free here. 

He joined the team more than 20 years ago and he covers community news across Oxfordshire.

His Trade and Tourism newsletter is released every Saturday morning. 

You can also read his weekly Traffic and Transport newsletter.