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Bridge Tavern
WENSUM STREET St. SIMON & St. JUDE BEERHOUSE
Full licence from 1855
CLOSED
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Licensees :
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SAMUEL LOVICK STOREY
age 22
1851
THOMAS LOVICK STOREY 1855 - 1856
WILLIAM STOREY 1858
THOMAS MATTHEW CATTERMOUL 1859
WILLIAM WOODCRAFT 1865 - 1867
Application for full licence refused 29th August 1865
Application for full licence refused 28th August 1866
Application for full licence refused 27th August 1867
   


Given as the BRIDGE TAVERN1851 - 1865.

New licence (full) granted 28th August 1855.

Offered for sale by auction Thursday 1st July 1858, together with a Shop and three back rooms. Tavern then in occupation of Mr. William Storey, Shop in occupation of Mr. John Barnard, Fish Merchant.

Licence application by  William Woodcraft, of the BRIDGE TAVERN, Fye Bridge, was refused 29th August 1865 on the grounds that there were already three or four public houses almost next door to each other in that neighbourhood.

(This is a different house to the RIBS OF BEEF 1743 to 1915 then the  FYE BRIDGE TAVERN 1915 to closure 1959. Reopened as the RIBS OF BEEF 09.08.1985.)