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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.