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REGENT STREET
CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED - CLOSED
CLACKCLOSE REGISTER taken 1st September 1794
MEPAL BREWERY Owner Benjamin Vipan in 1847 & John Vipan in 1849
ELIJAH EYRES For sale by auction 22nd July 1878 - Title still with Eyres 1895
MORGANS Morgans from 1900 : Although this and other ex Eyres houses continued to trade under the Eyres title.
Licensees :
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JAMES MOON late 1700's
to 1794
ASHLEY MAIN 1813
ROBERT HUNT 1822 - 1836
JAMES COE 1839
JOHN OAKES 1845
JOHN ROBERTS 1846
HENRY STIBBON
also as Stibbins
1850 - 1858
FRANCIS TURNER 1861 - 1875
FREDERICK PIKE 1877 - 1881
JAMES BUTLER
& butcher
1883
RICHARD GEORGE AMIS 1888
RICHARD JOSEPH AMISS 1890
WILLIAM PRESTON 1892
WILLIAM EVANS 1896 - 1900
FREDERICK CARTER 1904
Mrs FANNY CARTER 1908 - 1915
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The Norfolk Chronicle of 8th September 1781 advised...
To be Lett, and entered upon at Michaelmas next, all that good accustomed Public House or Inn, known by the sign of the Red Bull, in Downham Market, in the County of Norfolk.
N.B. the Fixtures, Brewing Utensils, Stock and Furniture, to be taken at a fair Appraisement.
Enquire James Moon, the present Occupier who is going to decline that Way of Business.
( Note :- On Monday 8th April 1782 two Tenements, occupied by Robert Plummer, James Parker and others, owned by James Moon were to be sold by auction at his premises, the BULL. He is still there 1794 )

For Sale by Auction Thursday 29th April 1813.
With yard, cottage, stabling for 40 horses, granaries and various other buildings. In occupation of Ashley Main and his under-tenants.

Appears as the RED BULL 1822, 1836, 1845 and from 1895.

Address as Regent Street in 1854, 1863, 1864, 1865 & 1868


Still advertising Eyres Fine Ales & Stout c1920
Also displaying a sign for W & A Gilbeys Wines & Spirits.

Not found in directories after 1915