If the churches were focal points of the community so too, in different ways, were public houses. These panels look at the different pubs in Charing and at the families who ran them, a number of whom had strong military connections. The final panel looks at how beer drinking changed radically during the war.



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28 pub panel 1
The Froud family of the Royal Oak
29 pub panel 2
The Swan, the King’s Head and the Queen’s Head
60 Red Lion 2 A2
The Red Lion, Charing Heath
30 pub panel 3 A2
Buying a pint during the war