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Plough Yard

Plough Yard ran south off the High Street, between numbers 114 and 115, down to Brentford Dock. There was a set of four terraced cottages in the mid-19th century, a house, malthouse and several storage sheds. Later the Band parchment works operated from here.

See notes about properties and people who lived here from the early 1800s to the early 1900s.

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Harry Langley started work at Bands parchment works around 1929, read about his memories of living and working in Brentford
The British Pathe News has a short film of Band's parchment works from 1939: search for 'parchment Brentford'.

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Published April 2020