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Oct 2020

The Plough Inn

Thu 29th Oct @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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Nov 2020

The Plough Inn

Thu 5th Nov @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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The Plough Inn

Thu 12th Nov @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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The Plough Inn

Thu 19th Nov @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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The Plough Inn

Thu 26th Nov @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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Dec 2020

The Plough Inn

Thu 3rd Dec @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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The Plough Inn

Thu 10th Dec @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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The Plough Inn

Thu 17th Dec @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
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The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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The Plough Inn

Thu 24th Dec @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Every Thursday
The Plough Inn, Ifield Street, Ifield
Crawley, RH11 0NN United Kingdom
+ Google Map

The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes…

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