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5 SATURDAY MARKET PLACE SEDGEFORD LANE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 27.09.1965
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE  
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
FREDERICK SCOTT 27.07.1885
ROBINA EMILY SCOTT 02.01.1893
JAMES PERCIVAL FELL 09.04.1894
JAMES CROME 16.10.1899
DANIEL ARMSTRONG 08.01.1900
Fine of 5s and 15s costs 3rd September 1900 - see opposite.
WILLIAM RICHARD PACE 1902
JAMES CLAXTON CROWE 11.01.1904
JOHN ROBERT DAWSON 01.1908
ERNEST PERCIVAL WAKEFIELD 03.10.1938
JOHN ANEURIN WILLIAMS 02.10.1950
THOMAS  WILLIAM BEART 07.03.1955
RONALD MAURICE EDGELEY 16.04.1956
RAYMOND VERDUN RIVETT 06.10.1958
HENRY JAMIESON PINDER 11.04.1960
GERALD RAYMOND WATLING 15.08.1960
ALBERT EDWARD SIMPSON 09.02.1961
DAVID EDMUND BODLEY 18.06.1962




Formerly the COACH & HORSES - pre 1890

It was said that on 26th August 1900, Daniel Armstrong had served three drunken persons. Police-constable Howell had seen three persons ejected from the GRAPES public-house and go into the Duke of Fife. By the time the constable entered the house, each had been served a pint of beer by the barman, James Crome (?). Charwoman Martha Branham and porter Edward Turner were witnesses and along with the barman, said that the men appeared to be sober.
On Monday 3rd September 1900, the Bench convicted Armstrong and fined him 5s and 15s costs.

On Monday 29th February 1904 the application for music licence renewal was refused.

Market Day extension granted 1956

Licence transferred to a house on the Fairstead Estate following closure 1965.
( The FAIRSTEAD / WINSTONS / RAFFLES )

47 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.