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MAID MARION NORWICH Norwich index
59 IPSWICH ROAD TUCKSWOOD FULL LICENCE Tel : 01603 451699
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965)
MORGANS From 12.07.1949
BULLARDS 1961
WATNEY MANN 1964
NORWICH BREWERY   
CHEF & BREWER   
SCOTTISH & NEWCASTLE  
ENTERPRISE INNS by 2010
Licensees :
JOHN WILLIAM PALMER 12.07.1949
JAMES ALBERT WILTON 15.11.1955
HAROLD DAVEY SEMMENCE 14.02.1958
ARTHUR WILLIAM EASTON 08.04.1958
HARRY HOWES 10.10.1961
EDWARD KENDLE THACKERY 06.09.1966
ALEXANDER JAMES HARRIS 21.11.1967
EDWARD KENDLE THACKERY 04.06.1968
JOHN SHEPPERD
and wife PAULINE
02.09.1969
EDWARD KENDLE THACKERY 10.03.1970
GODFREY MARCUS WALLIMAN 02.06.1970
KATHLEEN JOYCE WALLIMAN 23.06.1971
KATHLEEN JOYCE WALLIMAN &
DAVID THOMAS MANTON
12.05.1987
KATHLEEN JOYCE WALLIMAN &
RODERICK JOHN BAILEY
03.04.1990
KATHLEEN JOYCE WALLIMAN 04.06.1991
DAN PATRICK SYKES &
CLIVE GILL
27.04.1993
CLIVE GILL &
JOHN LEMMAN
26.04.1994
CLIVE GILL &
NEVILLE SNELL
17.12.1996
IAN RONALD &
NEIL BARTHOLOMY
17.06.1997
NEIL BARTHOLOMY &
DAVID ANTHONY STEWARD
10.02.1998
IAN COWLING 11.05.1999
KIM BELSEY 17.08.1999
GORDON HAY 14.12.1999
ANDY & LYNNE SOUTHWORTH
( here 2009, licensees from 2010 )
2009 - Jan 2011
JON & DONNAMARIE McALAVEY April 2011

First licensed 1949, upon removal of licence from the
TRUE COMRADES, Bedford Street, Norwich.

Sales in 1960 were :-
Barrels of beer - 375
Spirits - 124


Modernised in 1954 and again in 1969 when the lounge bar was extended to three times its original size. Inside lavatories were built and central heating installed.
A microwave oven installed to serve fast food.
The lounge bar, known as the Robin Hood lounge ` is particularly bright and gay with green carpets, blue furniture, red curtains and natural wood panelling.'

The menu in 1969 included :-

Robin Hood starter of soup with crispy roll and butter - 1/6 ( 7.5p )

Maid Marion Platter, meats from cold buffet
( serve yourself salad & pickles ) - from 4/6 ( 22.5p)

Friar Tuck hot dishes, including creamed potatoes and two vegetables,
 of Hunters Stew or Shepherds Pie 4/6 ( 22.5p)
or Pizza Pie 2/6 ( 12.5p)

Little John Fare of Baked potatoes 1/3 ( 6.25p )
or Game Pate sandwiches 2/6 ( 12.5p )

Cheese & biscuits 1/9 ( 8.75p)

Coffee 1/- ( 5p )

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Refurbished January - March 2011 at a reported cost of 10,000.
Reopened April 2011