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ODDFELLOWS ATTLEBOROUGH index
EXCHANGE STREET
LEVELL STREET
SHROPHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 09.10.1977
reopened as DOMINICS RESTAURANT
became the
BEAR after April 2000
STEWARD & PATTESON   
Licensees :
CHARLES AYTON
according to Hunt
( Carpenter in 1846 )
Died by July 1850
1850
Mrs AYTON 1850
STEPHEN CUSHING
Age 30 in 1851
* 1851 - 1869
WILLIAM HOWARD
& coal dealer
1872 - 1883
JAMES BRUNTON
according to Kelly
1883
JOHN RIDER 1888
GEORGE E BOURNE 1890 - 1925
JONATHAN DIXON 1929 - 1934
EDWARD GEORGE BALL 1937
L J SEAMAN 1967
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ATTLEBOROUGH - ODDFELLOWS
c1950

Described in STEWARD & PATTESON documents as being first supplied 1850/1851

For sale by auction Thursday 1st August 1850, in the occupation of Mrs Ayton. An Ale House doing a Good Business in the Ale and Porter Trade.
Sale upon the instructions of thr Representatives of Mr. Charles Ayton, deceased.

Offered bed & breakfast in 1967/8 directory.

Closed by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd 09.10.1977

Later reopened as a restaurant.

Renamed the BEAR after April 2000

Closed December 2012.

Destined to reopen 2nd May 2014 as RY'S BAR & GRILL