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 St ANDREWS WARD BEERHOUSE - 6 day licence
Later FULL LICENCE
See RISING FLAME
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 ( 1953 - 1973 )
STEWARD & PATTESON by 1903
WATNEY MANN  
Licensees :
CHARLES DOWNE 1901
CAROLINE DOWNES by 1903
HARRY BURNETT 17.11.1905
WILLIAM CHARLES FRENCH 16.11.1911
WILLIAM FRENCH 15.11.1912
FREDERICK MOORE PATTISON 09.04.1929
ROBERT KNIGHTS 09.05.1939
STANLEY HART 22.10.1940
HENRIETTA L. K. B. HART 28.08.1945
FRANK ERNEST NICHOLS 11.02.1949
CHARLES HAMILTON MOBBS 09.03.1951
PHILIP JAMES TEMPLE 04.10.1955
EDWARD KENDLE THACKERY
Brewery representative
09.02.1968
JACK WILLIAM PREECE (Pearce ? ) 30.10.1969
ROBERT JAMES BANNING 25.10.1971
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c1950

6 day licence recorded 1901.

The house appears to have been an Off Licence only, until 01.03.1904.

Caroline Downes applied for a Beerhouse Licence at the 1904 Sessions ( Reported 06.02.1904  ) The owners, Steward & Patteson were prepared to surrender the licence of a "69 Beerhouse", the YARMOUTH BREWERY STORES, Howard Street.
(A similar application had been made in 1901 , without success, involving the LITTLE WHITE LION, King Street.)
After further consideration the bench granted the application - as reported in the Norwich Mercury of 10.02.1904.

7 day licence granted 02.03.1923 upon removal from the
MARINERS TAVERN.

Full licence granted 12.02.1960.

Became the RISING FLAME- April 1974.

 

 

See page 13 of `Gt. Yarmouth A Second Selection'. Published 1996.