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MORGANS From 05.04.1940
STEWARD & PATTESON 1961
WATNEY MANN  
NORWICH BREWERY  
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ENTERPRISE INNS by 2007
SIMON MARSH & NICOLA SIGGERY From 08.10.2007
Licensees :
ERNEST MANN 05.04.1940
HENRY KENNETH DYE
( Died March 1979 - age 73 )
11.06.1940
DONALD BERNARD BLANCHARD
( Died December 1980 - age 69 )
30.12.1952
LESLIE FRANCIS WILLIAMS
( Died December 1995 - age 86 )
22.11.1960
SHELIA & LESLIE ALFRED
( Leslie Alfred died January 2002  - age 67 )
1965
PATRICK & VALERIE KIRKBRIGHT 11.06.1974
.JOHN EDWARD LEMMON 04.09.1979
T P STEWART 09.10.1979
PERCY EDGAR RUSH 05.01.1982
DEREK BERNARD GREEN 04.05.1982
ALAN STEWARD PERKINS &
JOHN EDWARD LEMMON
25.05.1984
JOHN EDWARD LEMMON
( Died January 1996 - age 51 )
12.02.1985
PATRICK JOHN JACKSON &
JOHN EDWARD LEMMON
14.05.1985
PATRICK JOHN JACKSON &
DAVID THOMAS MANTON
12.05.1987
PATRICK JOHN JACKSON &
RODERICK BAILEY
03.04.1990
PATRICK JOHN JACKSON 04.06.1991
GEOFFREY ANDREW BEAVAN 17.12.1996
GEOFFREY ANDREW BEAVAN &
NEIL BARTHOLOMY
16.06.1997
VIVIAN READ 08.12.1998
SIMON MARSH & NICOLA SIGGERY 08.10.2007
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The Farmhouse by George Plunkett - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002 - shown by permission
30.04.1940
Image by George Plunkett - shown by permission - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002

Formerly the North Farm Tea House with W. Rouse proprietor.

First licensed April 1940, upon removal of licence from the
SONS OF COMMERCE, Thorn Lane, Norwich.

Sales in 1960 were :-
Barrels of beer - 60
Spirits - 98


  The Norwich Pub Survey of 1986, compiled by the Norwich Society, in association with Norwich City Council, assessed the house:-  
 
Approx date of building Listed Quality Pre-war fittings surviving
External Internal
*17thC and Post War alterations No 5 5 Yes
* Mid 19th C, possibly earlier. <as survey>
Extensive alterations to interior in late 20th C to provide open plan bar area.
Extensive alterations to exterior which completely obscure the earlier origins of the building.
Originally several rooms, now one open plan bar space with many partitions.
All fixtures and fittings are modern.
Two 1920/1930's fireplaces with brick hoods and tiled hearth are the only period features.