NORFOLK RIFLE VOLUNTEER STORES
1846, 1847, 1848 & 1903
The RIFLE CORPS 1865 & 1869.
In spite of the names given in directories in later years, the house was
simply called the VOLUNTEER STORES
when a new licence was granted at the end of August 1863 to James Snelling.
It was said that the building was then "departing from former usage".
VOLUNTEER RIFLE STORE 1864.
Also as LYNN VOLUNTEER STORES.
Offered for sale by auction ( 11th May 1899 )
as notice in the Lynn Advertiser of 21st
A FULLY LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSE
In central position, with good trade, and immediate possession. Freehold
..... situate in Union Street, Coronation Square, South Lynn,
containing bar, bar parlour, smoke-room, 5 bed-rooms, dressing room,
bath, 2 kitchens, 2 w.c's, beer cellar, larder, billiard room 24ft x 18ft,
twin stall stable
and coach-house, yard and outbuildings, held under lease to
Messieurs Bullard & Son at an annual rental of £70, ending 24th June
It has a corner position, convenient of access by streets from all parts
and in every way suited for the trade.
Sold to Mr W Nicholls for £ 1,400 including
a billiard table and all trade fittings.
68 7/8 barrels of beer sold in the
final year of trading.
Included access to Coronation Square.
Closed July 1966.