Emsworth is a small town in Hampshire on the south coast of England, close to the border of West Sussex. It is positioned at the north end of an arm of Chichester Harbour, a large and shallow bay from the English Channel. It is Adjacent to Emsworth is Thorney Island.
Emsworth has a population of around 10,000. In the 19th century it had up to 30 pubs and beer houses. The village has a basin for small yachts and fishing boats, which fills at high tide and can be emptied through a sluice at low tide. The River Ems is named after the village and flows into the Slipper millpond. The mill is now used as offices.