The Chandos Arms

History of the village and the Chandos Arms 

 
A notable resident of the village in the sixteenth century was Dr John Colet. It is after him that the John Colet School in nearby Wendover is named. Weston Turville was also at one time, one of the main places where Aylesbury ducks were bred. The Chandos Arms has played a pivitol role in Weston Turville life since it opened for the first time in 1842.
 
This pub was owned by Sir William Milman of Rutland Gate, Kensington, who sold it in 1868. He was 3rd Baronet Milman, of Levaton, Devon, and a barrister by profession.
 
Sir William was the grandson of Sir Francis Milman, the 1st Baronet. Sir Francis was Physician to the Royal Household and George III (the mad one) and subsequently President of the Royal College of Physicians. The pub was sold to Roberts Wilson Limited in 1915.
 
This was an old brewery, having its origin at Ivinghoe Brewery in 1766. It was taken over by Benskins Watford Brewery Ltd in 1927.
 
The Chandos was taken over in January 2014 (blimey that's gone quickly!) by Chris and Carmel Williams. A full refurbishment took place, to return the pub to the heart of village life once again.
 
 

History of the village and the Chandos Arms 

 
A notable resident of the village in the sixteenth century was Dr John Colet. It is after him that the John Colet School in nearby Wendover is named. Weston Turville was also at one time, one of the main places where Aylesbury ducks were bred. - The Chandos Arms has played a pivitol role in Weston Turville life since it opened for the first time in 1842.
 
This pub was owned by Sir William Milman of Rutland Gate Kensington, who sold it in 1868. He was 3rd Baronet Milman, of Levaton, co. Devon, and a barrister by profession. - Sir William was the grandson of Sir Francis Milman, the 1st Baronet. Sir Francis was Physician to the Royal Household and George III (the mad one) and subsequently President of the Royal College of Physicians. - The pub was sold to Roberts Wilson Limited in 1915.
 
This was an old brewery, having its origin at Ivinghoe Brewery in 1766. It was taken over by Benskins Watford Brewery Ltd in 1927.
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