The Plough Pub- A Chairmaker's Tale from Woodlanders' Lives

The Plough Pub- A Chairmaker’s Tale from Woodlanders’ Lives

by Jane Barker

A number of pubs across the Chilterns have close associations with the chairmaking industry. This article looks at the history of The Plough in Winchmore Hill, a pub that was run by three generations of the Pursey family for almost 80 years.

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