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8 - 10 PRINCE OF WALES ROAD St. GEORGE TOMBLAND FULL LICENCE -
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
FREE TRADE Full licence issued 1870
THOMAS TITUS ROBINSON 1872
MARIA ROBINSON 1878
MORGANS 1890
BULLARDS 1961
WATNEY MANN  
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SPIRIT PUB COMPANY By 2013    
Licensees :
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RICHARD GIBBON WESTMORE 1870
ALFRED WATLING SEXTON 15.08.1871
THOMAS TITUS ROBINSON 10.10.1872
MARIA ROBINSON 14.05.1878
CHARLIE YEOMANS HALL 11.08.1891
ROBERT TAYLOR RIX 08.08.1893
NELSON YOUNG BELL 05.04.1904
ERNEST MANN 27.05.1930
TOM JEFFRIES 24.06.1930
HAROLD HENRY WEBBER 05.04.1934
JOHN ARMSTRONG FALLOWS 07.10.1947
ARTHUR ERNEST POWNALL 05.10.1948
HENRY SHERLOCK GREENWOOD c1954
HILTON DUNN 24.08.1954
GERALD FRANCIS LUCKETT 14.02.1961
DONALD GRAHAM HUTCHIN 11.06.1963
ANDREW JOHN HARDY 15.06.1982
CHRISTOPHER JAMES TRUMAN &
ARTHUR JOHN SAPP
14.09.1982
JOHN LESLIE COOK 26.03.1985
TERENCE DOWSON &
GILLIAM BLATCHFORD
18.08.1992
TERENCE DOWSON &
SHELIA ANN FORTE
16.03.1993
DAVID DOWSON &
SHELIA ANN FORTE
26.04.1994
DAVID DOWSON &
JASON MORRIS MORTON
23.08.1994
CLIFFORD MARCEL YOUNG &
MICHAEL BETTS
08.08.1995
CLIFFORD MARCEL YOUNG &
GAVIN BROOKS
05.12.1995
CLIFFORD MARCEL YOUNG &
RICKY JARVIS
19.11.1996
BARRY JAMES SADLER &
NICOLA SADLER
08.04.1997
CLIFFORD MARCEL JOY &
ANTHONY DANIEL GITTINGS
14.07.1998
ANTHONY DANIEL GITTINGS &
ANDREW PRICE
09.03.1999
ELLIOT MARKS &
ANDREW KNIGHT
10.10.2000
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IAN JUDGE
manager
January 2013
JOHN WOOD
manager
2013
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 The Prince Of Wales - 1998
1998

Richard Gibbon Westmore applied for a spirit licence Tuesday 23rd August 1870 for his COMMERCIAL HOTEL.  He said it was mainly for those staying at the hotel. Granted.

Known as the WINE & SPIRIT VAULTS in 1872
and as the ROBINSON HOTEL in 1883 and 1889.

Found as the PRINCE OF WALES or PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL from 1875.

Address as No 8 in 1896, 5/6 in early 1970's and as 4/12 in late 1970's.

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
72 barrels of beer,
46 spirits.

 See page 29 of `Norwich In Old Postcards - Vol 2' published 1989

  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 5 4 No
Main structure is late 17th C.
Ground floor extended and completely modernised, probably during 1960's.
Original facade visible at first floor level.
Interior completely modernised within the last few years.
Large, one-bar, city centre pub.