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24 STATION ROAD
LONG ROAD
BLOFIELD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE later
FULL LICENCE
01603 717171
BLOFIELD & WALSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 8/6/1 - PS 8/6/3 (1872 - 1957?)
FREEHOUSE Supplied by STEWARD & PATTESON as a Freehouse - First supplied during the year 1838 to 1839 and then again 1848 to 1849
Trustees of H. H. BURROUGHS by 1872
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased Friday 1st August 1919 for £1500 - see below
WATNEY MANN   
BRENT WALKER   
PUBMASTER   
PUNCH TAVERNS  
FREEHOUSE From January 2010
Licensees :  
AARON ROPE
& wheelwright
* 1836
CHRISTMAS THIRKETTLE
age 50 in 1851
& 17 acres
1845 - 1861
THOMAS HOWARD ALLEN 1863 - 1865
WILLIAM TURNER
& farmer
by 1868
REUBEN WILKERSON 09.11.1891
JAMES JOHN AINSLIE 12.03.1894
BARNEY RIX 11.04.1910
HARVEY ALBERT St QUINTIN 22.05.1916
WALTER GEORGE ASKER 13.11.1944
EDWARD RUSSELL RAGGE TIMS 28.05.1956
Mrs TIMMS to 19.09.1966
BERNARD JACK RICHMOND to July 1988
-  
TERRY HOLT
Owner and licensee
From January 2010

 

Lingwood - 1999
1999

Lot No. 18 ( of 93 ) in the Sale by Auction of the Burlingham Estate Friday 1st August 1919.
A fully licensed public house in occupation of Steward & Patteson on a Yearly tenancy at a Rent of £56 per annum.
With Smoke Room, Parlour, Tap Room, Cellar, Kitchen, Scullery, Coal Place, large detached Warehouse, four Bedrooms, Landing and a Box Room.
A Covered Way to a Detached brick and tiled Club Room.
A brick and thatched Stable with two Stalls and two Loose Boxes, with Loft over. A Lean-to Shed and a boarded Coach House, a thatched Stable with two Stalls and two Loose Boxes, boarded Hay Store and a two bay Cart Shed with Turnip House adjoining and a Lean-to three bay Cart Shed.
Purchased by Steward & Patteson for £1500.
( Strangely purchase is recorded in S&P documents as being 27th October 1922 ? )

In a letter to the Regional Licensed Property Valuer dated 2nd February 1967, Steward & Patteson confirmed that a rent of £60 p.a. had been charged to the tenant until 6th January 1967. This was a result of their policy of freezing rents between July and January. The new rent of £125 p.a. was not charged until 6th January 1967.

A freehouse from January 2010 offering a range of local real ales, ciders and lagers.
 Also provides freshly prepared food