Former tidal mill in Fareham opens as a pub

PUBLISHED: 13:25 26 March 2014 | UPDATED: 13:25 26 March 2014

Cams Mill

Cams Mill


A newly built recreation of a former tidal mill in Fareham, Cams Mill has recently opened its doors as a pub, creating more than 50 jobs for the area.

With an emphasis on serving locally-sourced Hampshire produce and fresh ingredients, as well as a fantastic drinks menu we think it will be an excellent addition to the area.

Owned by Fullers, who have a knack for creating great venues in stunning settings, Cams Mill is a large oak framed barn with beautiful views of the estuary. It has been carefully built to give the feeling of a restoration - using more than 50,000 three-hundred year old tiles that have been cut and fitted by hand and reclaimed Fareham red bricks.

To look at the menu and find out more visit the website at

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