It's one of the most iconic landmarks on our coastline and it's been there nearly 200 years.
So high time it had a bit of a facelift.
After a year of preparation and planning Cley Windmill nearly Blakeney in Norfolk has got four new sails.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout
Four US servicemen killed in a helicopter crash in north Norfolk have tonight been named.
Capt Christopher Stover, Capt Sean Ruane, Tech Sgt Dale Matthews and SSgt Afton Ponce, who were based at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk, were on a low-level training exercise at Cley-next-the-sea.
Their HH-60G Pave Hawk Helicopter crashed into the nature reserve just before 7pm on Tuesday.
Col Kyle Robinson, 48th Fighter Wing commander, said: "We continue to think of the loved ones who are experiencing such a tragic, sudden loss.
"The Liberty Wing feels as though it has lost members of its family, and we stand by to support one another and these airmen's families during this difficult time."
RAF Lakenheath said Capt Stover and Capt Ruane were both pilots on the mission while Tech Sgt Matthews and SSgt Ponce were special mission aviators.
A stretch of land in North Norfolk has been preserved for future generations thanks to a public campaign to buy it.
The area around Cley marshes will be bought by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust before the end of the year. Kate Prout reports