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91/93 WATERLOO ROAD
TRAVERSE STREET
St CLEMENT FULL LICENCE -
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/3 - PS 1/8/4 ( 1926 - 1965 )
LACONS Leased ( Freehold owned by Norwich Consolidated Charities )
WHITBREAD  
ADNAMS  
LACON INNS ( Adnams )
FREE TRADE  
Licensees :
( James Arthur Clarke - Waterloo Stores ) ( 1931 )
HARRY BURGESS 16.11.1937
BENJAMIN WILKINSON 28.12.1937
FREDERICK ARTHUR STICKLAND 31.12.1957
PETER HENRY LACEY 10.06.1975
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MICHELLE CHAPMAN 07.1998
MIKE HANCOCK 05.1999
BERNICE DEVINE & DOUGIE CLARKE by 2000 to 2015
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The WATERLOO STORES, Off Licence 1859 - 1937

First licence issued 16.11.1937 to Harry Burgess for premises to be known as the IRON DUKE.

 

Renamed the DUKE OF WELLINGTON by September 2002.
( Name change first announced June 2000
and confirmed in Eastern Evening News article of 18th September 2002 )

  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
Late 19th C No - - -
Previously a bakery and corner shop with a licence. ( Off )
Extended into adjoining terraced houses on both streets.
Caribbean Bar : With fake palms and fruit etc., used for dances.
Waterloo Bar : Artificial brick walls decorated with swords and pistols.
1875 print of Blucher and Wellington at Waterloo.
Reprint of Times for 22nd July 1815 reporting the Battle of Waterloo.