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26 COLEGATE STREET St. CLEMENT FULL LICENCE from 1870 CLOSED 23.08.1907
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 to 1925 )
JOB KIBBLEWHITE to 1878
ELIJAH CROSIER BAILEY of Surrey Street - 1878
CANN & Co of Wymondham - 1884
MORGANS 1894
Licensees :
JOB KIBBLEWHITE from  *1869
WILLIAM HURRELL 24.12.1877
EMMA PARNELL 20.06.1882
JOSHUA GOODSWAN 31.10.1883
WILLIAM WALPOLE 08.12.1883
FREDERICK SMITH 23.10.1902
GEORGE DIXON 25.07.1905



Previously known as the MECHANICS TAVERN, as recorded in the records of Cann & Clarke. ( Wymondham Brewery )

First found as the NIGHTINGALE in 1870.

Beerhouse keeper Job Kibblewhite applied for a full licence Tuesday 23rd August 1870 - Granted.

Police Inspector Cooper objected to the licence at the 1906 Licensing Sessions. It was stated that the house was unwanted by the public and presented other problems making it unsuitable. Inspector Cooper said that the house was old and in bad repair, there were structural and sanitary objections to the premises. The police found supervision difficult and there were 15 other licensed houses within 200 yards.

Licence provisionally refused Wednesday 7th February 1906.
and referred to Compensation.

Closed under Compensation 23.08.1907