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St. PETER PER MOUNTERGATE FULL LICENCE See COMPLEAT ANGLER
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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GEORGE MANLEY * 1845
GEORGE HUTSON
age 34 in 1851
1850 - 1851
ROBERT SMITH NASH 25.03.1853
ROBERT RIX 24.12.1875
WILLIAM MORLEY 30.05.1888
JOHN SILLWOOD 26.11.1907
GEORGE FRANCIS SILLWOOD 01.12.1908
Mrs. Sillwood was fined 5s on Wednesday 8th November 1916 for `aiding and abetting Australian soldier Frederick W. Maddeford to contravene the provisions of the Central Control Board (liquor traffic).' In other words indirectly supplying ale to persons not present in the house and not paying for such themselves.
WILLIAM THOMAS GORDON 24.11.1925
BENJAMIN FRED BIRD 10.11.1942
JOHN REGINALD HOWELL 29.12.1942
HAROLD FREDERICK MARSH 20.08.1946
MICHAEL HENRY PROCTOR
(Harry)
08.04.1958
EDWARD KENDLE THACKERY 10.10.1967
RAYMOND MICHAEL HOWES 18.11.1969
EDWARD JOHN LEMMON 18.07.1972
EDWARD LARTER
(manager)
here Dec 1973


The Norfolk Railway House - 1951
1951

Original building was erected as a toll house for the bridge.

Full licence for the TOLL-BAR HOUSE granted at the sessions of **7th September 1847, at the application of Mr. Bullard.
The application had been opposed on the grounds that it was too near the RAILWAY TAVERN opposite.

Purchased by Richard Bullard from Norwich Corporation for £430 on 13th January 1851.

Listed as the TOLL HOUSE 1867

Also found as the RAILWAY HOUSE.

Advertised in 1938 as the most modern and up-to-date licensed house in Norwich..

Harry Proctor was an ex-trainer of Norwich City F.C.

Featured `Go-Go Girl' dancers in the late 1960's

Known as the BLUE ROOMS or BAMBOO ROOMS c1970

Closed in late 1973 for refurbishment.

Reopened as the COMPLEAT ANGLER March 1st 1974.

Became WINDSORS 1984 - 1988
then back to the COMPLEAT ANGLER

See page 60 of `Norwich in Old Postcards'.
First published 1988.

** One sessions report gives the date of sitting as Tuesday 7th September, but a second report gives Wednesday 8th September 1847.