FAIRMILE CAFE

                                               

 

 

Positioned on 'Peppers Road' within the

Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre

Nr Arundel, West Sussex.

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A Brief History

The Fairmile Cafe was originally located on the A29 at Fairmile Bottom near Slindon Village, West Sussex. It was finally demolished in 2000 by West Sussex County Council, and the remnants donated to the Amberley Museum. It was then reconstructed using as many of the original parts as possible. Which were sadly very few. In the winter of 2012/13, Colin, who was then a trustee re-purposed the exhibit into a vintage style cafe. He felt it would better serve the Museum rather than being used as a general display gallery.

It is now available for use on special event days and can also be hired and used by private parties for special occasions. Menus can be seen by following the links. Or contact the Fairmile manager for more information on organising a special private or themed party. We can seat up to 36 comfortably inside and have additional space outside weather permitting.

We are always keen to hear from people who knew the Cafe in the old days and see photos. We would also love to have help in the running of the Cafe, thereby increasing the number of occasions we can open it up. Please get in touch via email or Face book.

Delicious cakes and cream tea Sunny day at Fairmile cafe Wine can be served to private parties
Printable list of selected event dates

  

SPONSORED LINKS

www.amberleymuseum.co.uk

www.greenwoodworker.co.uk

www.wells-wines.com

www.lilliput-collectables.co.uk

Fairmile Cafe link on Amberley Museum site Face book for the Fairmile Cafe - please like and comment

The Fairmile Cafe on the A29 as it used to look circa 1935

Click photo for 2017 listing of Museum events