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WEST END SAXLINGHAM THORPE Index
CHAPEL GREEN
WEST END
HENSTEAD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE later
FULL LICENCE
CLOSED
FREEHOUSE Supplied by Steward & Patteson, only during the years 1848 to 1850
STEWARD & PATTESON by 1906
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER   
PUBMASTER   
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Licensees :
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JOHN SAYER
& gardener
& cider seller
age 36 in 1851
*1846 - 1875
LEWIS LOCKWOOD 1879 - 1881
ISAAC CULLING 1883
BENJAMIN TYRRELL 1888
JAMES HIPKINS 1890
JOSEPH CHARLISH
& gardener
1891 - 1925
DONALD CHARLES WISEMAN 1929 - 1937
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20.07.1996
July 1996

The Norfolk Chronicle of 10.02.1906 reported that the Bench noted the objection to renewal of licence at the Swainsthorpe Sessions.
The police objected on the grounds that the house was only 400-500 yards away from the Newton Flotman CROWN (A previously unrecorded house, perhaps a reporting mistake for the Maids Head?)
Sales for the year 1900 were 76½ barrels
In 1904, 91½ barrels
and in
1905, 95 barrels.

The report stated that the population of Saxlingham Thorpe was then 125 souls, with 1 beerhouse.

Closed December 2000 for refurbishment.
Reopened April 2001 as the MILL INN
Reported to be called the WEST END again by August 2001
But back to the MILL INN by September  2003

CLOSED

MONTY'S RESTAURANT by October 2015