About the Company

in 1349, as the “Black Death” plague gripped London, a small Inn was built in the aea known as “Norwude”. It was built to provide accomodation and sustenance for the men building St. Mary’s Church opposite, and it was named the Plough.

It is the oldest pub in Southall and is understood to be Fuller, Smith and Turner’s

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