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61 ESSEX STREET
67 RUPERT STREET
HEIGHAM FULL LICENCE CLOSED 07.08.1967
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
CHARLES COPPERWHEAT 1867 - First licence ( Signed agreement to purchase property 2nd February 1867 )
BULLARDS 1894
Licensees :
CHARLES COPPERWHEAT 1867 - 1893
Charged Wednesday 11th September 1867 with keeping his house open beyond permitted hours on the previous Saturday. His house had been found trading at 11:35pm. In his defence he claimed that he thought he was allowed to keep open until midnight. Fined 1 shilling plus costs.
HANNAH COPPERWHEAT 10.10.1893
EDWARD BUSH 13.02.1894
FREDERICK SAMUEL MITCHELL 25.11.1913
ARTHUR HENRY IVERSON 10.01.1922
ROBERT JAMES COULTER 10.10.1922
REGINALD JOHN POTTER 06.03.1928
ERNEST JAMES WAKEMAN 12.02.1929
Convicted 05.01.1931 of selling out of hours. Fine £2 or 21 days detention.
HORACE HORATIO CLARKE 05.01.1932
REGINALD JOSEPH ARTHURTON 14.06.1938
JACK HUBERT HUDSON 09.10.1951
WILLIAM ARTHUR LARKINS 10.06.1958
FLORENCE EDNA LARKINS 08.06.1965


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06.11.1951

Also listed as the ESSEX TAVERN, 67 Rupert Street.

Charles Copperwheat applied for a spirit licence Tuesday 27th August 1867. Described as a beer and general shop, close to the SOMERLEYTON TAVERN and (2) others, the application was refused.

Full licence granted Tuesday 25th August 1868.

Damaged by bombing during the nights of 27th - 29th April 1942.

Closed by Bullards 07.08.1967