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FAKENHAM ROAD LAUNDITCH HUNDRED FULL LICENCE THAI RESTAURANT
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH REGISTER PS 12/5/1 to PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
BULLARDS    
WATNEY MANN 19.04.1967
CHEF & BREWER November 1974
BRENT WALKER 03.1988
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Licensees :
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JENISON ATTHOW
& pig dealer
age 26 in 1871
1871 - 1872
Licence reported August 1871 to require attention following case of being open out of hours & for permitting drunkenness.
WILLIAM HARMAN
& builder
& carpenter
1875 - 1891
SAMUEL FENNELL
& horsebreaker
1892 - 1900
WILLIAM J CHAMBERS
age 28 in 1901
here 1901 to 1903
WALTER ERNEST BOATWRIGHT 
age 51 in 1911
13.02.1903
Convicted 12.01.1912 for suffering gaming.
Fine 6/- plus 4/- costs or 7 days detention
Convicted 19.01.1912 (in absence) of allowing nine-pins to be played for beer. Unspecified fine plus 10/- costs.
ANNIE BOATWRIGHT 23.08.1912
SAMUEL EDWARD JOHNSON 16.10.1914
CECIL GEORGE COCKADAY 07.04.1922
RICHARD NAPTHEN 16.05.1924
JOHN MESACH BARKER 08.01.1926
GEORGE FRED FARMAN 10.01.1930
RALPH ERNEST SHORT 10.04.1931
EDWARD JAMES SAYER 06.07.1951
REGINALD JOHN FREEZER 23.05.1958
RONALD ERIC WALLACE 04.01.1963
RONALD JOHN WESTWOOD 13.11.1968
JOHN PETER EDWARDS 24.05.1968
RICHARD BLAIR 31.12.1971
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WINITRA KRUD-IN (Dar) 2011

Winter 1996
Winter 1996

At the magistrates hearing of Friday 19th January 1912 it was heard that Police Constable Baker had witnessed the playing of nine-pins, with beer as the prize, on 30th December. Since Mr Boatwright was ill, he was represented by Mr. E. Bullard who confirmed that the offending game had been done away with and the offence would not be repeated. This was exactly the same offence as had been committed, the same day, at the nearby GRAVEL PIT HOUSE.

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Under private ownership from September 2010.
Refurbished to open as a Thai restaurant Friday 12 August 2011