Many thanks to The Ford and Etal Estate for facilitating this camera's location and to Tweed Rivers Fisheries Association for capitally funding its installation. The River Till is England's only tributary of the mighty River Tweed; as such it is governed by River Tweed fishing regulations. It is particularly well-known for its run of sea-trout from the spring to summer months, but grilse and salmon are also regularly taken, as are grayling during winter months. On the banks of the River Till, this is the only working water-driven cornmill in Northumberland which continues a tradition that stretches back over 700 years on this site. The fully restored mill machinery still makes high quality, stoneground, wholemeal flour from wheat grown in the surrounding fields.