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COACHMAKERS ARMS COCK COCKERS
CROWN CROWN INN DUKE OF WELLINGTON
DUKE OF YORK DUKES HEAD EAGLE
EAGLE & CHILD EARL OF LEICESTER FLEECE HOTEL
FOX & HOUNDS GEMINI GEORGE HOTEL
GOLDEN BALL GRAPES INN GREEN MAN
GREYHOUND GUN HALF MOON
HALF WAY HOUSE JOLLY FARMERS
KINGS ARMS HOTEL KINGS HEAD HOTEL
LIGHT HORSE LONDON TAVERN
LORD NELSON MAIDS HEAD
OLD OAK OXFORD INN PHOENIX HOTEL
PLOUGH PLOUGH & FURROW PRINCE OF WALES
QUEBEC CASTLE QUEENS HOTEL RAILWAY TAVERN
RECRUITING SERGEANT RED LION REFRESHMENT ROOMS
ROMANY RYE ROSE INN ROYAL OAK
ROYAL STANDARD SWAN INN THREE HORSE SHOES
THREE TUNS WHITE HART WHITE LION
BREWERIES UNLOCATED WILLIAM COOPER
 
DEREHAM PUBS by FRANK SHAW
 

At Sessions held Tuesday 17th October 1836 it was confirmed that there were
21 Public Houses and 14 Beer Houses in the parish of East Dereham.

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On Thursday 7th July 1814, to celebrate the Return of Peace, the morning was ushered in with a merry peal and firing of guns.
After Divine Service a grand procession took place, with effigies of John Bull and Bonaparte, which were afterwards placed on top of the shambles.
An excellent dinner of plum pudding and beef was provided in the Market-place at 2:00pm for 1800 poor inhabitants.
At 5:00pm sports were commenced at Neatherd Moor where upwards of 6000 spectators assembled.
The evening concluded with a bonfire and a grand display of fireworks in the Market-place.