Page Updated:- Wednesday, 08 June, 2022.


Earliest 1600s

Green Man

Open 2020+

Longfield Road


01474 702234


Green Man April 1913

Above photo, April 1913, kindly sent by dkop1.

Green Man 2017

Above photo, 2017.

Green Man garden 2017

Above photo, 2017.

Green Man inside 2017

Above photo 2017.

Green Man sign 1992

Above sign, September 1992.

With thanks from Brian Curtis


Originally built as a farmhouse in the 1600s, the premises brewed its own beer for the workers. It is said that a green branch was hung out of an upstairs window indicating when the ale was ready for drinking.

On an 1897 map the premises is named the "Green Man and Railway Tavern."

2017 saw the pub renovated by owners Harvester.


From the By Andy Robinson, 27 December 2017.

The brand new menu on offer at Green Man pub in Longfield after a full scale revamp.

A pub in Longfield has reopened its doors just in time for the New Year celebrations following a major refurbishment.

It is part of the Vintage Inns collection and brings an eye-catching new look to the local on Longfield Road.

While still maintaining its rural charm and rustic character, the picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring its new menu.

Visitors to the Green Man can enjoy the pub throughout the year, with the cosy roaring fires in the winter.

They can also sample the selection of gins, ales and wines on offer behind the bar and try out some of the freshly prepared British dishes from the new menu.

Christopher Brady, general manager of the Green Man, said: "We wanted the new look to provide guests with a cosy pub where they can enjoy dinner, have a few drinks after a long country walk with their four-legged friends or simply to relax and read the Sunday paper.

Green man inside 2017

The rural charm and rustic character of the local still remains.

"The Green Man is in a fantastic location, on the outskirts of Longfield and we have an amazing support network around us, so we hope that all of our guests, both regulars and first-timers love the transformation."

The pub celebrated the reopening with a brand-new menu certain to tickle the taste buds of guests.

New dishes include a Lamb Duo that is a pan-fired lamp rump and a cheddar topped shepherd’s pie, with seasonal vegetables and a red wine jus.

Green man outside 2017

There's also plenty of outdoor seating for the warmer weather.

This can be finished off with a host of puddings including a warming sticky toffee & apple pudding.



CHAPMAN John 1851+ (age 42 in 1851Census)

HAYES Robert 1858+

TYLER George 1901+ (age 45 in 1901Census)

MILES George 1903+ Kelly's 1903

BRADY Christopher 2017+


Kelly's 1903From the Kelly's Directory 1903



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