Emsworth in old pictures | Nostalgia
Today we’re looking at Emsworth, the picturesque old fishing village on the Hampshire/West Sussex border popular with sailors, artists and birdwatchers.
In the Middle Ages the village was a busy port, importing wine.
Later the community used tidal power to grind flour and became famous for its oyster beds, boatbuilding, rope-making and brewing.
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