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Business update....

 We are delighted to announce  that our pub garden will open on the 12th April and Tuesday – Sunday thereafter from 11.30am until dusk for tables of 6 or 2 households.

Please come appropriately dressed for all weathers!

 

On the 18th May the pub will open inside, weddings for 30 may take place and indoor performances will be allowed.

From the 21st June, all restrictions will (hopefully) be lifted!

Take a peak at our What’s on page for details of our Quiz Wednesdays, Bublé tribute evening, Open Days and Summer Bazaar!

 

Garden table reservations are now being taken. We’ll look forward to welcoming you all once more!

 

….and congratulations if you are newly engaged! Do get in touch & we’ll arrange a viewing as soon as it’s possible.

A traditional, independent pub for all occasions

Mick and Hazel are proud to be the hosts at The Plough at Leigh. At our traditional independent pub, we serve local ales and seasonal food in amazing surroundings, both inside and out. Being family friendly, we serve a ‘real food’ children’s menu, have a playground and huge garden to let a child’s body and imagination run wild.

 

We welcome man’s best friend, leaded, in both the pub and garden. Scooby snacks and water are provided and if you love them enough we also sell beer for dogs!

 

If the barn is too large for your more intimate party or celebration then the pub is the place. Watch out for our live music nights too!

The Plough, Barn Wedding Venue Kent
The Plough, Barn Wedding Venue Kent

Weddings, ceremonies and blessings

Our 16th and 17th century inn and barn are situated to the west of Kent in the Garden of England! We are surrounded by peaceful countryside yet conveniently close to the motorway network for easy access.

 

Both The Barn and our garden hedgerow gazebo are licensed for your civil wedding ceremony or simply available for your wedding reception and evening celebrations.

Don’t just take our word for it...

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