Cross Keys Pub
This historic pub dates back to the 15th Century and with its charming character coupled with it’s aged aesthetics, it is a fantastic location for filming.
The Cross Keys Pub is a 15th Century Grade ll listed building making this one of the oldest buildings in Dagenham. Situated opposite Dagenham Parish Church, the building is made up of timber frames with gable jettied cross wings, leaded windows and one tiled roof with a central three-light casement dormer coupled with a lipped roof! It is packed full of character.
Located just a short distance from Dagenham East station and Dagenahm Heathway station, this location has transport links to Barking where the C2C line and other national railway lines can be found.
This location has its own car park and the land around is also part of the location so more parking can be made available upon request.
Good to know
- This location has an events hall on site.
- Most of the interior walls are wood plated.
- Built in the 15th Century.