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217 HIGH STREET St ANDREWS WARD BEERHOUSE -
FULL LICENCE from 1937
CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953) & PS 18/14/2 (1953 - 1973) & PS 18/14/3 (9th February 1973 to 14th February 1980)
LACONS  
WHITBREAD 1967
Licensees :
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H ROBERT STRINGER
(Commodore - Church Road)
1844 - 1845
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EDWARD PEARSON
age 61 in 1881
1881 - * 1883
THOMPSON SWAN 1886 - 1890
SAVILLE ARGYLE
Age 27
1891
HENRY RANDALL
Age 54 in 1901
by 1892
ELLEN WALES
Age 63 in 1911
10.09.1909
HERBERT WALES
(Age 29 in 1911 - Killed in action April 1917)
12.01.1912
MAY PAULINE WALES 11.08.1916
MAY PAULINE BAYNTUN
Married Q4 1917
by 1918
EDGAR WILLIAM CORNISH
(Died September 1961 - age 76)
25.08.1942
CLAUDE CYRIL WALTER GREEN
(Died December 1979 - age 61)
14.10.1952
FREDERICK CLEMENT ELMER
(Died June 1971 - age 77)
05.04.1955
PETER BARHAM GUEST 04.02.1966
WILLIAM LEONARD HIGGINS 04.04.1967
TERENCE WILLIAM HIGGINS 08.09.1977
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April 1996
April 1996

Full licence granted 21.04.1937 upon removal from the
TANNERS ARMS, Union Road, Gt. Yarmouth.

It was heard Friday 9th February 1934 that the house was to be rebuilt further back from the road.
House rebuilt 1935 in Lacon's style.

Renamed the PINK FLAMINGO   in 1980's
but back to the OLD COMMODORE by 1996

The NEW COMMODORE from November 2003.

Closed following a `rat infestation' October 2009.

Closed and advertised to let February 2010

Converted to Mexican themed restaurant/bar August 2012
CHILLIES WINE BAR


A day nursery by 2015.




Entry No 361 in Licence Register