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94 ROSEBERY ROAD
NORMAN ROAD
St. CLEMENT FULL LICENCE  NR3 3AB
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/2 - 1/8/4 ( 1894 - 1965 )
BULLARDS   
WATNEY MANN   
NORWICH BREWERY    
TRUMAN from 03.06.1976
PUBMASTER    
PUNCH TAVERNS     
ADMIRAL TAVERNS  From April 2007
REDWELL BREWERY July 2015
Licensees :
JOHN BOYCE
( d 1900)
Brewery representative
22.08.1899
DONALD GEORGE GAUL
( b 1849 - d 1917 )
Brewery representative
24.08.1900
THOMAS PASTON
( age 41 in 1901 - gas fitter.
Wife Rosetta, age 32 attends bar )
13.11.1900
FREDERICK CHARLES GRINT 25.11.1902
EDWARD RADFORD 06.04.1903
ROBERT FARMAN 01.12.1903
WILLIAM THOMAS CAVE 09.05.1905
JOHN MOORE 07.10.1924
LUCY MAUD MOORE 02.01.1940
JOHN PATRICK SHEPPARD 12.03.1940
ARTHUR EDWARD BISHOP 14.02.1956
CHRIS HARVEY 17.04.1973
HAROLD ELLIOTT 22.07.1975
JOHN FREDERICK DUFFIELD 20.07.1976
DONALD BERTRAM ARNOLD  ( DON ) 10.01.1978
FELIX GEOFFREY WAITE 24.07.1984
MERVYN KENNETH ALDIS 15.10.1985
KEITH EDWARD PARSONS 12.12.1989
ADRIAN LESLIE HAUGHTON 09.07.1991
HARRY JAMES TRILBEY 09.02.1993
CLARE ELIZABETH CHAPMAN 27.04.1993
FRANCIS RUSH ROE &
JEAN MARION ROE
14.02.1995
STEPHEN PETER LINCE &
MARTIN TIMOTHY DOWSE
17.12.1996
STEPHEN LINCE 17.03.1998
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ALAN J DUNTHORNE from March 2007
DAVID TURNBULL by 2014
( Redwell Brewery ) 07.2015

1985
1985

Licence provisionally granted 22.08.1899.

( Archibald Primrose = Lord Rosebery - Prime Minister 1894 to 1895 )

The new house was built at a projected cost of £1300.
The Magistrates were advised that the nearest existing houses were the ANGEL, some 317 yards distant and the WHALEBONE which was 243 yards away.

Licences from the BRITISH LION and HALF MOON were given up in consideration 21st September 1900 when final grant of licence given. Bullards had stated that they were prepared to give up a third licence should it have been required to obtain this new licence.

Also listed as the LORD ROSEBERY TAVERN

  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
1910 No 7 3 No
Bar parlour and smoke room have been made into one room.
Etched glass windows - bottom half of sashes: Bar Room, Smoke Room & Bar Parlour.
Internal decor entirely renewed with ceiling cornice remaining.
Upholstered benches along walls - possibly original furnishings.
Whole pub recently redecorated; pale green predominates.
Very clinical and dull.