Magpie and Crown

Magpie and Crown

Magpie and Crown PH
128 High Street

Original public house built in 1614, rebuilt in 1920-30s.

In Thames Policy Area

History

The Pye’ is recorded in 1614. Magpie & Crown by 1722. Rebuilt and for some reason set back from the building line 1920s/30s(?)

Believed by one historical source to be designed by Nowell Parr.

Further Information

Mentioned in Alfred Pearce’s poem of Fifty Pubs on Brentford’s High Street, 1948.

Currently a fine real ale pub.

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  1. My father ran this pub in the early 1930s his name was William Fredrick Griffiths he met my mother Kathleen Fogden at that time she lived locally .

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