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- BLOFIELD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 04.10.1965
BLOFIELD & WALSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 8/6/1 - PS8/6/4 (1872 - 1973)
FREEHOUSE Alfred Postle - House classified as Beer Shop 1868/9
MORGANS By 1875 : FULL LICENCE granted 11.05.1949
BULLARDS 1961
Licensees :
ALFRED POSTLE
age 56 in 1871
* 1864 to 1873
JOHN BROOM
age 46 in 1881
(Died Q2 1888)
01.12.1873
JOHN BROOM junior 14.11.1887
WILLIAM MORRIS
age 55 in 1891
& bricklayer
11.11.1889
Licence endorsed following conviction for allowing consumption out of hours - 20.12.1889
BENJAMIN CURTIS
age 40 in 1901
& vermin killer
29.08.1900
ARTHUR SHORTEN 07.07.1902
ROBERT CRACKNELL
age 55 in 1911
Died Q1 1923
07.09.1908
CECIL THOMAS SHARMAN 14.05.1923
Fine £3 plus 1/- costs for selling out of hours - 27.01.1930
VICTOR ROBERT REEVE 27.11.1933
ALFRED E H LEE 14.04.1935
ALEXANDER GRAHAM DRYSDALE 19.08.1935
HAROLD REGINALD BUSBY 21.06.1937
ALFRED ERNEST HENRY LEE 14.03.1938
FREDERICK CHARLES HOWARD 20.06.1938
ALFRED WILLIAM THORPE 19.06.1939
EILEEN LORNA EVA DAWSON 16.11.1942
ROBERT WILLIAM ERIC SMITH 23.12.1957
THOMAS WILLIAM BLAND 10.11.1958


It was reported February 1904 that Arthur Shorten had been summoned during the previous year for permitting drunkenness - Case had been dismissed.

Sales for 1960 were 54 barrels of beer and 20 spirits.

Sales of 69 barrels of beer reported at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P, 29th May 1962, when closure was recommended.
The licensee being said to be aged 55 and to have been at tenant for 4 years.

Licence not renewed 08.02.1965,
but not officially closed until 8 months later
according to Bullards records.