The Plough at Plumpton is a cosy family-friendly pub with a fascinating history. Originally, The Plough was located about half a mile from the pub’s current site, but it was demolished during the Second World War to give way to a Spitfire airfield and rebuilt in 1956. Today, this proud community hub gives diners what they want in the form of satisfying home-cooked fare made using local produce, and ever-popular Harvey’s ale. It’s no wonder this Cask Marque-accredited pub has such a loyal local following. Set on five acres of verdant land, The Plough boasts a huge amount of outside seating, a covered terrace with heaters, and an expansive children’s play area. It’s perfect for families, and even dogs are welcome at this charming pub. Events like meet-ups for classic car enthusiasts and live music nights are regular occurrences.