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4 TOWER STREET SEDGEFORD LANE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 15.01.1968
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/43 (August 1872 to 1965)
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE  
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 1929
Licensees :
JOHN WICKHAM 16.11.1891
ALICE WICKHAM 08.02.1897
GEORGE WICKHAM 26.07.1909
GEORGE BAKER POTTER 25.07.1910
ERNEST RALPH ADAMS 04.07.1927
ERNEST REGINALD GARNER 03.07.1950
PERCY NEWTON 07.01.1957
JOHN MAURICE KLYN 06.01.1958
ALBERT EDWARD EVANS 03.10.1960
JOHN THOMAS DENTON 12.06.1961
GEORGE EDWARD FAIRWEATHER 13.08.1961
JOHN MAURICE KLYN 10.12.1962


The UNICORN to 1892

On Monday 29th February 1904, Mrs. Wickham applied for renewal of the music licence. She said that she had a `Free and Easy' on Saturday nights. A man played the piano and no ladies were allowed in the large music room, generally there were about forty people attending. There had been no complaints.
When Sergeant Rayner visited at 8:30pm on the previous Saturday, there had been only one customer in the house.
Licence refused.

Market Day licence granted (1956 ?)

138barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

House stood in an area known as Baxter's Row, the centre of the flour & bread making industry.

The house was still standing in 1996 but being used as a hairdressers salon.