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9A MIDLAND STREET
TINKLERS LANE
HEIGHAM FULL LICENCE CLOSED 02.11.1973
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4  (1867 - 1965)
YOUNGS & Co    
BULLARDS 1958
Licensees :
JAMES ANNISON
age 25 in 1841
1841 - 1845
ROBERT PALMER
age 37
& tanner
*1851
MARY NUNN *1859
GEORGE MARTIN by 1867
WILLIAM MARTIN 26.11.1867
ELIZABETH MARTIN 28.06.1892
Convicted 07.11.1894 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £1 plus 7/- costs or 7 days detention.
JOHN HENRY WALKER 13.06.1905
FREDERICK WILLIAM TURNER 20.07.1909
ROBERT GEORGE RAMM 18.01.1910
WILLIAM BERNARD DUNCAN 11.10.1910
FREDERICK WILLIAM TURNER 13.06.1911
HERBERT KETT 16.07.1912
WILLIAM FRANCIS MITCHELL 19.08.1913
FRANCIS JAMES ROBERTS junior 11.02.1915
FREDERICK WILLIAM ELLIS 08.01.1924
HARRY MOUNTAIN 11.02.1936
Temporarily closed due to war damage April 1942
PERCY SHEPHEARD 14.07.1942
House reopened 19.04.1945
HARRY MOUNTAIN 08.05.1945


Address as Tinklers Lane in 1892 & 1908.

Also given at 1, Greyhound Opening, Duplicate Row.

For Sale by Auction Thursday 26th May 1859.
Fronting the private road running into Tinkler's Lane, Heigham.
Under lease to Messrs. Youngs, Crawshay and Youngs at the yearly rental of £20.
20 Cottages also included in the sale.

The Police objected to licence renewal at the 9th February 1905 Sessions on the grounds that the back door opened into an enclosed courtyard and the house had `inadequate accommodation'. The house was apparently a private cottage before being converted into licensed premises and there were only two small rooms for public use. The back yard  was said to be impossible for the Police to supervise after hours and on Sunday mornings.
The owners of the house, Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs, said that they would do everything reasonably possible to comply to the requirements of the Chief Constable since the house was extremely valuable, doing a large trade.

House damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942 and remained closed until 19.04.1945.

Finally closed 02.11.1973 and demolished to allow road improvements.