THREE HORSE SHOES - BARNHAM BROOM
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NORWICH ROAD FOREHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 08.01.1963
FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
BULLARDS   Closure recommended at 1st joint committee meeting of Bullards and S&P 29.05.1962
Licensees :
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MARY KING 1794
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THOMAS RICHES
& shopkeeper 1856
age 43 in 1861
*1854 - 1869
BERNARD PITCHER 1872 - 1877
HENRY BENNETT
age 49 in 1881
but 63 in 1891
1879 - 1892
JOHN MILCHAM 1896
JOHN WILLIAM HALL
age 30 in 1901
1900 - 1901
JOSEPH HARDIMENT 1904
WILLIAM GREEN 1908
HENRY ARKLE
age 55 in 1911
died Q3 1928 - age 73
1911 - 1922
WILLIAM ORRIS
William B Orris died Q4 1937 - age 75
1925 - 1929
EDWARD LYNCH 1933 - 1937
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RONALD R COPELAND 1953? - 1963

Three Horseshoes - Barnham Broom

Thomas Riches applied for a spirit licence Friday 8th September 1865. A testimonial as to the necessity was produced and there was no opposition to the application.
The magistrates said they were of a different opinion to those signing the recommendations and the licence was refused.

On the evening of Friday 11th March 1904. a smoking concert was given under the presidency of Mr. W. L. Boyle, the prospective Conservative candidate for mid-Norfolk. The Alexandra Pierrots gave excellent entertainment and the toast of "The Health of Mr. Boyle" was drunk with musical honours. Mr. Boyle responded with a non-political speech.


It was reported at committee meeting 29.05.1962 that sales for the previous year were 93 barrels.
The landlord was said to be aged 40 and to have been tenant at the premises for 9 years.