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Toftwood
WATTON ROAD
TOFTWOOD COMMON
MITFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE
later Full licence.
( by 1901)
CLOSED 01.05.1970
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 to 1975)
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN 04.04.1967 : Closed by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd, 1970.
Licensees :
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MINNS PAYNE
age 58 in 1851
& proprietor of houses.
1844 - 1851
( THOMAS BOYCE in residence ) ( 1847 )
DAVID RAWLING
age 26 in 1857
1855 - 1857
Fine of £2 8s and 12s costs for having house open at unlawful hours, five minutes to twelve, Sunday 13th May 1855.
A second offence within six months.
Acquitted Wednesday 1st July 1857 of possessing goods knowing them to be stolen. (Eight stones weight of pollard had been discovered on his premises)
Acquitted October 1857 of feloniously receiving, on 12th May 1857, four stones weight of oil cake from Charles Secker, .
MINNS PAYNE
age 66 in 1861
1858 - 1861
MILES RICHES 1865 - 1869
Fine of £1 and 11s costs on Friday 22nd March 1867 - See opposite.
WILLIAM FITT
( At SWAN by 1871 )
05.11.1869
JAMES DARBY
age 37 in 1871
1871 - 1877
WILLIAM COPEMAN
age 36 in 1881
1879 - 1888
SAMUEL DAVIDSON
age 48 in 1891
1890 - 1892
W BIRD 1894
SAMUEL SYMONDS
age 64 in 1901
1896 to 1907
ROBERT SKELTON 17.05.1907
WILLIAM HUTSON 27.11.1908
FRANCIS WARREN 26.05.1911
Fine 16/- plus 4/- costs or 16 days detention imposed 28.06.1912 for permitting drunkenness.
FREDERICK PERKINS 02.01.1925
SIDNEY HEAD 14.10.1927
LESLIE ROGER HEAD 05.07.1957
ANDREW JOHN HARDY 22.05.1970

 


Listed under Dereham in Licence Registers.
As at Toftwood or Toftwood Common 1865, 1875, 1883, 1888, 1904 & 1937.

Licensee Miles Riches was found guilty of allowing drinking in his house at illegal hours. The offence had taken place on Sunday 3rd March 1867 and although Mr. Riches offered the excuse that he was away from home at the time, a previous conviction was recorded against him and he was fined £1 and 11s costs.

Objection to the renewal of licence was made on Friday 16th February 1906.

Closure was proposed by S&P but not agreed at meeting with Bullards 29.05.1962.

Sales given for 1961 as 88 barrels.

A report dated June 1969, prepared by S&P for Watney Mann recommended immediate closure.
"The trade bad, Licensed rooms are poor &
beer is drawn from the wood.
Tenants on one years notice, to expire 1970."

Renewal of licence not applied for 08.02.1974