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JOHN HARDY of Park Lane. 1873
LACONS by 1914
WHITBREAD     
ADMIRAL TAVERNS  
MARTIN JARED by 2015
Licensees :
EDMUND CRASKE 1842
JAMES WELLINGTON
according to Magistrates
1845
HENRY NORTON
according to White
1845
THOMAS H SPRATT 1846
EDWARD SMITH
age 58 in 151
1850 - 1856
Mrs E SMITH 1858 - 1859
WILLIAM HALES by 1864
WALTER HALES by 1867
WILLIAM RIX 22.06.1868
JEREMIAH SCALES 10.10.1879
WILLIAM HOLLIDGE 06.05.1884
RANDALL MANN 22.06.1897
JOSEPH JAMES FERGUSON 10.10.1900
CHARLES NIXON 23.10.1902
RICHARD KING 10.05.1904
JAMES HENRY TINDALE 17.01.1905
OSCAR HUGH RANSOM 10.10.1905
ALFRED THOMPSON 08.05.1906
THOMAS CHIPPERFIELD 07.05.1907
Convicted 21.03.1914 of selling to a child in an unsealed vessel.
Fine 5/- or 5 days detention.
ELLEN SUSAN CHIPPERFIELD 05.04.1922
CHARLES GUNTON TAPPER 27.11.1923
SUSANNAH TAPPER 13.02.1951
GEORGE CHARLES HUNN
(Joe Hunn)
28.08.1951
Convicted 27.05.1959 of selling out of hours.
Fine £5.
Convicted 27.05.1959 on 3 cases of allowing consumption out of hours
Fine £1 on each case.
CHARLES ROBERT WALLER 17.04.1973
JOHN & ANGELA FELLOWS 14.02.1995
JAMES JOHN CONNELLY 13.05.1997
PAUL JOHN MARTIRE &
CHRISTINA ANGELA HANNANT
15.06.1999
CHRISTINA & DAVID HANNANT 17.06.1999
SHARON HOVELL
& WENDY JULIAN
2008 - 
JASON BARKER 2015



2009
2009

Licensee Edmund Craske given 1842, probably at house pre 1840.

House no. 516 on 1845 Magistrates list

  The Norwich Pub Survey of 1986, compiled by the Norwich Society, in association with Norwich City Council, assessed the house:-  
 
Approx date of building Listed Quality Pre-war fittings surviving
External Internal
19 & 20C No 7 5 No
Main structure of building may be mid 19th C and part of the now demolished Crookes Place artisan suburb but extensive reworking of the exterior and interior by Lacons in their 1920's Georgian type style has obscured the date of the building.
Interesting 1920's rework to exterior, possibly the fullest expression of the Lacons style.
Note the Lacon Falcon model in panel on single story brick extension.
Two bars, Public bar and Lounge with smug off Public bar.
Low ceiling.
Carpet tiles, leatherette and wood slat bar counter.
Lounge bar - Low ceiling, flock wallpaper divided into panels by modern painted studwork.
Fitted velvet upholstered settees arranged to create intimate grouping.
New exposed brickwork piers.
Metal grillwork between seating bays.
High deep picture moulding used to display trinkets.
All modern.