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Furneux Pelham

Furneux Pelham

Church clock, Furneux Pelham
Furneux Pelham is located in Hertfordshire
Furneux Pelham
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 Furneux Pelham shown within Hertfordshire
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Furneux Pelham , or alternatively Furneaux Pelham, is a village and civil parish in Hertfordshire, England. The village is one of the Pelhams, along with Brent Pelham and Stocking Pelham.

The village is known for its ford (Violet's Lane), which is over 1 kilometre (1,100 yd) long and is popular with 4x4 enthusiasts and off-road motorcyclists.

The village has a church, St Mary the Virgin, with a medieval carved wooden roof which was restored and elaborately painted in the 1960s by the artist John Norbury. The spire has the motto Time Flies, Mind your Business on the clock. There is also a public house called the Brewery Tap which is opposite the site of the former Rayments Brewery.

The Brewery was built in 1860 by William Rayment and when it was purchased by Greene King in 1928 it had an estate of 35 public houses.[1] The brewery was eventually closed in 1987 when it had just 27 public houses and was brewing only one beer, Rayments BBA.[2]

In recent years, the village was brought to national headlines by the murder of retired Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Riley Workman on 7 January 2004.[3] The culprit was caught and finally sentenced, to a minimum of 32 years, in November 2012.[4]

Part of the 1km long ford

References

  1. ^ "Funding Universe". Retrieved 14 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "CAMRA St Neots and District Newsletter No. 63".  
  3. ^ "The Independent".  
  4. ^ BBC online news 5 November 2012, accessed 5 November 2012Colonel Riley Workman murder: Former gamekeeper guilty

See also

The Hundred Parishes

External links

Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

  • The Brewery Tap website


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