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WYMONDHAM BREWERY   
MORGANS   
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BUNN
& joiner
age 58 in 1851
( Possibly here from at least 1841 to 1871+, died Q2 1878 )
* 1845 - 1856
ROBERT DAY
& grocer, draper, baker & saddler
age 34 in 1881
1879 - * 1888
GEORGE BATEMAN
& grocer, baker & draper
1890 - 1906

 

William Bunn is only listed as a carpenter in the years 1858 to 1875. Over that period only the Kings Head and White Horse are named as beer outlets in Ashwellthorpe.


Included in sale of the Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11th May 1894

At the Long Stratton Brewster Session held Tuesday 14th February 1906 the decision to renew the licence was deferred to the Session to be held in two weeks time.

At the Brewster Sessions held at Long Stratton on Tuesday 26th February 1906, it was heard that the licence had been objected to at the previous Session.
There were 342 people in the parish, in 1901 there had been 379. This was one of three houses in the parish, so there was one house to every 114 persons. This house was situated in the `Street' and the nearest house was 130 yards away. The sanitary arrangements were considered insufficient. A baker's trade was carried on in connection with the premises and the tenant had been in possession for sixteen years. The average trade for the last three years was 85 barrels. ( Just over one and a half barrels a week ).
The owners would be only too pleased to make any sanitary improvements needed.
It was pointed out to the Bench that the KINGS HEAD, in the parish, was owned by the same brewers.

The magistrates decided to refer the final decision on the licence to the Quarter Sessions.