oldtmThe Town Mills in Andover is recorded as far back at the Doomsday book of 1086. It began life as a grain mill situated on the River Anton. In 1964 the mill was re-built and and continued to mill grain up until 1974 when the last sack of grain was produced.

Following the close of the mill in 1974 the premises was converted into a nightclub. Over the following years the site has been the home to many pubs, clubs and restaurants.

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Since 2001 the Town Mills has been a traditional pub. Owned by the Wadworths brewery the Town Mills is licensed and run by Pete Richards and Pam Beaufoy both having a long history in managing bars nightclubs and restaurants.


The Town Mills is one of the only pubs in the country with theĀ 
mill wheel still intact and the river running right through the pub. As you enter the Town Mills you are immediately presented with one of Andovers oldest histories through the viewing window. The river Anton runs right beneath your feet.



Today the Town Mills public house offers traditional real ales and all the usual stocked favorites. A great menu offering home cooked style cuisine is available throughout the day and evening.

With a capacity of 240 guests and the restaurant happy to allocate 120 covers during the evening the Town Mills is not to be considered a small pub at all.

The Town mills is laid out across 2 floors with lots of areas for seating throughout the pub. You can enjoy the lively bar area with sky TV displayed on a large flat screen TV, enjoy the ambiance of the garden with the river Anton running past or visit upstairs to use the dart board or pool tales or relax in the 2 upstairs quiet ares.

Did you know the Town Mills has a friendly resident ghost called ‘Jerry’!

The Town Mills in Andover, steeped in history is a must visit for anyone. Come and join the friendly family pub in this old market town.




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