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5 CROSS LANE
GUILDENGATE
St. SAVIOUR   CLOSED 17.06.1963
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867-1965)
YOUNGS & Co 1845 (Owned by John Youngs the Elder as recorded 17.03.1888)
BULLARDS From 1958 to closure 1963
Licensees :
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JOHN COSSEY 1810
J. HINSBY 1811 - 1822
JAMES CAMPLING 1830 - 1842
SAMUEL SPINKS 1845
JOHN TIDD
silk printer
1848 - 1858
JEREMIAH CAMPLING
Age 53 in 1861
by 1861
SIMON WATLING 01.04.1879
Convicted 22.02.1882 of selling out of hours.
Fine 3/- plus 7/- costs
ELIZABETH WATLING 20.03.1900
THOMAS ROBERT WILSON 19.06.1900
CHARLES PITT junior 27.07.1920
ERNEST EDWARD BLAXTER 08.02.1955
Convicted 12.06.1956 on 4 cases of selling out of hours.
Fine £1 on each case
Convicted 12.06.1956 on 5 cases of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £1 on each case
Convicted 13.05.1958 on 2 cases of selling out of hours.
Fine £4 on each case
ROBERT GEORGE WICKS 06.05.1958




Address also as Calvert Street and as at St. Georges.

The `Dirty Shirt Club' met here during the 1800's.
It seems that this was a ` Gossip Club' whose members smoked through churchwarden pipes, but this was not perhaps unusual at the time.

As used by John Crome according to a brochure produced by Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs in celebration of the 1937 Coronation.

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.03.1942 and again 05.09.1942.

Bullards advised the magistrates by letter dated 26.06.1963 that the premises had been closed (17.06.1963).
The licence was dropped June 1963.

House No. 436 on 1845 Magistrates list.