The Rose and Crown.
There are literally hundreds of pubs in England called The Rose and Crown – but we’d like to think Lea’s is one that stands out from the crowd.
Offering a relaxed mixture of excellent food, a cosy interior, good beers and wines and a location in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, the Lea’s Rose and Crown is certainly a pub worth finding.
Lea Village Hall
Lea Village Hall which was built in 1933 is extensively used by Clubs and organisations mostly based in the Parish. The Hall is run by the Lea Village Hall Management Committee on behalf of the Parish Council. The Hall has easy access for those with mobility problems.
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Lea is a village in Wiltshire, England, lying approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of Malmesbury. It is part of the civil parish of Lea and Cleverton which includes the village of Garsdon and the hamlet of Cleverton. Garsdon was a separate parish until 1934.