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The Silver Plough

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About Us

The Silver Plough Events!

Fabulous Friday
Friday 27th January – Buffet Curry Night £11.00 per person
(Choose from 4 curries + Rice + Poppadum’s) (6:00pm – 7:30pm)
Wonderful Wednesday
Wednesday 1st February – Burger Night
Early bird special £9.00 a burger,
toppings £1 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)
Marvelous Monday
Monday 6th February – Fish & Chip Night
Early bird special £8.50 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)
Why not stay for the Quiz afterwards in the snug bar!
Fri-nally it’s Friday!
Friday 3rd March – Pizzeria Night
A unique pizza menu written for this night only, pizzas cooked to order, delizioso!

Every Monday morning – The Silver Plough Yummy Mummy baby group 09:30am – 11:00am
Monday 6th February- Pub Quiz 8pm in Snug Bar hosted by Mike
Wednesday 11th January- Quizgo 8pm in Snug Bar (2nd Wednesday of every month)

Skittles Alley

The Silver Plough has one of the few remaining long alley skittle alleys which is available for private parties. The alley is a completely private room and is accessed through the Snug Bar.

The Skittle Alley has one long table along side the alley which can accommodate up to 30 guests. If your party is larger, we can make the Snug Bar exclusive use with the Skittle Alley, which would include your own private bar in the snug bar.

The Skittle Alley is extremely popular  there is no charge to use it! The Skittle Alley can be booked in advance for Birthday Parties, Anniversaries, Family Gatherings, Christmas Parties and as an overflow room for funeral gatherings in the snug bar.

Please call or email and speak to Katie to check availability and discuss everything in further detail to organise your Skittle Party.

01722 712266 thesilverplough@hotmail.com

Opening times:
Monday 12:00 – 15:00 Lunch till 14:00 || 18:00 – 22:30 Dinner till 21:00
Tuesday 12:00 – 15:00 Lunch till 14:00 || 18:00 –22:30 Dinner till 21:00
Wednesday 12:00 – 15:00 Lunch till 14:00 || 18:00 – 23:00 Dinner till 21:00
Thursday 12:00 – 15:00 Lunch till 14:00 || 18:00 – 23:00 Dinner till 21:00
Friday 12:00 – 15:00 Lunch till 14:00 || 18:00 – 23:00 Dinner till 21:00
Saturday 12:00 – 15:00 Lunch till 14:00 || 18:00 – 23:00 Dinner till 21:00
Sunday 12:00 – 18:00pm Food served till 16:30pm

(Sunday nights will be open through Spring/Summer & closed through the Autumn/Winter months)


Food & Drink

The Silver Plough is the perfect destination when you are looking for somewhere to eat, drink and relax for the afternoon or evening. We have a beautiful south facing garden, perfect for those sunny days.

Mike the head chef and landlord seasonally changes the menu every two months, This creates a fantastic variety of choice throughout the year and enjoying produce at its best while in season in the UK whenever possible.

With supplies of fresh fish, meat and local produce, combined with our choice of superbly kept real ales and a selection of fine wines, The Silver Plough really is the perfect choice for food or just to enjoy a quiet drink.

Bespoke menus can be created for larger functions, please call or email to arrange an appointment to talk through your event.

Job Vacancies – January 2017

  • Waiting & Bar Position – Full time (Great Starting salary)/ Part time (hourly pay)
  • Head Chef – Full time/Great Starting salary

Own transport is essential for both vacancies – For more information contact Katie by emailing your interest/CV to thesilverplough@hotmail.com


Funeral Gatherings

The Silver Plough is a perfect venue for wakes and family gatherings after a funeral. Offering privacy for your family and friends to meet and mingle in our snug bar. The most popular menu choice is our Finger buffet option, perfect for something light for family and friends to have with a cup of coffee/tea. The Silver Plough is ideally located in the picturesque village of Pitton and situated in close proximity to Salisbury Crematorium. We also have a large car park with up to 40 spaces. Please call and speak to Katie to chat through the different options and to organise the food, timings and the use of one of our rooms.

Please click on ‘Finger Buffet Menu’ on the Menu section above.


Places & Walks

In the Area

Find out what is going on in the local area by visiting the ‘Visit Wiltshire’ website which is packed with information about things you can see and do.

Salisbury is well established in the field of Art and Entertainment. It hosts the well known Salisbury International Art Festival in May every year. Two weeks of fun and entertainment with a special theme each year. In September there is also an excellent Food Festival. For all details visit www.salisburyfestival.co.uk
For what’s on visit www.pittonandfarley.co.uk

There is plenty to do in the area and some interesting attraction, the most famous of all Stone Henge. We are close to the famous Cathedral City of Salisbury and ideally situated off one of the main roads linking the midlands to Devon and Cornwall, the A30.
Places of interest and what to do visit www.pittonandfarley.co.uk

Local Walks

Whilst in Pitton why not enjoy a leisurely walk. There are many beautiful country walks around the village, most of them with fantastic views across open countryside including the famous Salisbury Cathedral spire.

Pitton is on the famous Clarendon Way walk, a 24 mile walk joining the two Wessex cities of Winchester and Salisbury crossing the Test Valley between Kings Somborne and Houghton. It starts beside the waters of the Itchen in the heart of Winchester and ends near the Avon at Salisbury Cathedral. It provides a splendid variety of scenery along the way, ranging from the water meadows of the valleys with their charming villages through woodland – ancient as well as modern – to downlands with far-ranging views.

The Clarendon Way is named from Clarendon Park on the eastern edge of Salisbury. The Park contains the site of Clarendon Palace, a royal hunting lodge for Norman Kings, but later expanded by the Plantagenets into a great county house. Almost nothing remains now, only a few feet of flint wall lying a few yards from the Clarendon Way.

At Winchester one sees smaller remains which are even older, a few stones beside the River Itchen which are all that survive from the Roman wall built around the City in the 3rd Century. A mile down the valley lies the hospice of St Cross where even 400 years ago the choir boys carved their names on the stalls in the chapel.

Click here to download the clarendon-way.pdf

Contact us


The Silver Plough

White Hill

T. 01722 712266

Please leave your details and Mike & Katie will get back to you as soon as we can.

The Silver Plough can get very busy and we would encourage you to phone ahead to avoid disappointment. If you would like to make a reservation, please contact us on 01722 712266

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