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Duke of Connaught
60 LIVINGSTONE STREET
SPEKE STREET
NORTH HEIGHAM FULL LICENCE DEMOLISHED APRIL 2011
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4  (1867 - 1965)
STEWARD & Co  
WATNEY MANN  
NORWICH BREWERY  
BRENT WALKER  
PUBMASTER  
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Licensees :
ROBERT GEORGE HOLMES 10.10.1879
HARRIET NORTON 23.03.1881
CHARLES DOVER 25.10.1881
GEORGE EDWARD MALLETT 31.05.1884
JONATHAN MOORE 03.02.1892
WILLIAM MOORE
Died Q1 1911
19.11.1895
ALICE MOORE 13.03.1911
WILLIAM ERNEST MOORE
(Son of William and Alice)
06.04.1925
WILLIAM WALTER WALE
also found as WALES
29.12.1953
REGINALD GEORGE ROSS 10.10.1961
JOHN ALBERT BAILEY 28.04.1964
DUDLEY NATTRASS LOVETT 08.06.1965
CHARLES HENRY HOY 07.09.1971
NORMAN WALTER HENRY GILLMAN 22.07.1975
DEREK NEWMAN 07.09.1976
RICHARD JOHN WARRINGTON 06.09.1977
GEOFFREY HAIGH 07.10.1980
EDWARD CHARLES THEITDEN 18.10.1983
.BARBARA MAY TURNER 24.07.1984
STEVEN COOPER 17.06.1986
ROBERT BERNARD NORMAN 16.06.1987
PAMELA DOROTHY LAKE 03.04.1990
JACQUELINE ASHBY 18.09.1990
PAUL WALLER 17.02.1991




Licence from the JOLLY FARMERS removed to these premises 1879.

Address as 48 Livingstone Street pre 1895.

Destroyed by enemy action 27.04.1942.

Tenant continued trading from garage.
S&P purchased a house to the rear, on Grant Street.

Rebuilt on adjacent site 1954.
c1984 - The Duke of Connaught - Image by KC
c1984

In 1954 the location was explained as
``On other side of road from Connaught Road, with car park on Livingstone Street. The front doors open to Speke Street.
Accommodation adjoins, on Grant Street.''

Application made April 2008 to redevelop site.

Demolished by 03-04-2011

  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
1930 No 1 1 No
Main structure dates from 1930 to 1950.
One storey painted brick.
Asbestos sheeting to roof.
Iron casement windows.
Two rooms, bar and lounge, modern fittings throughout.