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TUNSTEAD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 2001
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTER PS 11/4/1 to PS 11/4/5 (Feb 1927 to Feb 1980)
FREEHOUSE Supplied as a Freehouse by Steward & Patteson during the years 1843 to 1844 and 1846 to 1847
LACONS   
WHITBREAD    
Licensees :
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JOHN FOX
& bricklayer
* 1836 - 1846
FRANCIS FOX 1854 - 1856
Mrs ELIZABETH FOX 1858
ROBERT FOX
builder
& as bricklayer
1861 - 1879
ELIZABETH ELLEN FOX
(landlord absent)
1881
JOHN FOX 1883
WILLIAM MORTER
& collar maker
1888 - 1891
FREDERICK WILLIAM LAMBERT
Age 52 in 1911
1892 - 1916
Mrs. ELIZABETH LAMBERT 1922 - 1925
WILLIAM PERCY SMITH by 1928
FRANK HENRY MAIDMENT 04.10.1948
CHARLES GEORGE WOOD 12.06.1950
WINIFRED JANE WOOD 09.02.1959
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 01.05.1961
RONALD PEARSON VENTHAM 09.07.1962
WILLIAM RICHARD WESTON 02.09.1963
JOHN BLOMFIELD LACEY
(John & Jean Lacey)
06.07.1964
JEAN MARGARET LACEY 05.04.1976
.GEOFFREY DAVID FISHER 04.12.1978
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Rebuilt during1961 - 1962
Incorporating splendid Lacons plaques.


Provisional Ordinary Removal of licence granted 11th December 1961
- presume from old to new premises -

Licence renewed 5th February 1962.

The sales for 1961 were 75 barrels of beer, bottled beers to the equivalent of 30 barrels and 90 gallons of wines and spirits, presumably this trade being carried out in the old premises.
For the period January to June 1962 sales were 26 barrels of cask beer, 30 barrels of bottled beer and 95 gallons of wines and spirits. This was possibly trade carried out in the yet to be completed new house. The next 3 months saw the completion of the new building and sales in that period were 32 barrels of cask beer, 31 barrels of bottled beer and 63 gallons of wines and spirits.

One of only 18 Norfolk public houses recommended by the Egon Ronay pub guide of 1969.

Closed by March 2001

DEMOLISHED April 2001