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FISHWHARF REFRESHMENT ROOMS Gt. YARMOUTH F index
FISHWHARF
SOUTH DENES ROAD
NELSON WARD - CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 ( 1953 - 1973 )
STEWARD & PATTESON As recorded 1882. Leased at an annual rent to Yarmouth Corporation of £365
COLCHESTER BREWERY Co 1890
LACON & Co by 1903 ( owned by Gt Yarmouth Corporation - Leased by Lacons )
Licensees :
Mr. Chamberlain
(Brewery representative ?)
31.08.1868
WILLIAM OVERED 1869
( E. J. THOMAS & Co. ) (1886 - 1888)
COLCHESTER BREWERY Co 1890
HENRY CARTER
(As Harry Carter in licence Register)
by 1901
JOSEPH STEEL 27.01.1911
THOMAS HENRY BIRD 03.02.1925
CHARLES MANTRIPPE 11.07.1933
HARRY BURGESS 06.05.1941
PHILIP HORACE HAMMOND 21.10.1947
HORATIO HERBERT KITCHENER OAKLEY 11.06.1957
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 24.07.1962
HENRY JAMES MEADOWS 11.09.1962
JACK PRICE 27.07.1965
ARTHUR THOMAS ORR (?) 25.07.1968
CYRIL ERNIE HYDE 29.05.1969

 

On Monday 31st August 1868, the magistrates awarded a provisional licence, since the transfer recently made, for the licence of the JOLLY FARMERS to be transferred, could not come into operation before the 10th October. The house was thus enabled to open forthwith.

On Thursday 20th July 1882, the Lease, for a term of Seven years, from 1st September 1882, was to be auctioned at the Star Hotel.
Described as Fully Licensed Premises fitted with large Bars and every convenience for carrying on an extensive trade.
Enjoying the exclusive right of supplying Exciseable liquors upon the Fishwharf and some distance from any other licensed premises.
Then leased to Messrs. Steward & Patteson.

The FISHWHARF STORES 1886 & 1888

Closed for the duration of WWII according to a letter dated 23.04.1941.
Reopened 01.10.1946.

Became the DOLPHIN 29.05.1969