At The Plough at Plumpton visitors can look forward to the hospitality of Nicole, Mick and their team, as they keep their pub open to all. Dogs are welcome, children will enjoy the garden and play area, and adults can try one of the Harvey’s real ales that have earned the venue Cask Marque accreditation. The locally sourced food fully reflects the inviting, traditional pub that has been created here – pies and puddings, sausages and mash, and ham, egg and chips are examples of what to look forward to. The Plough also has a great deal more history attached to it than the average public house, as it is the site of the World War II memorial for the Polish fighter pilots who were stationed at RAF Chailey. Every year, the local vicar organises and holds a service at The Plough to commemorate the brave men who were stationed there.