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GAS HILL THORPE HAMLET FULL LICENCE CLOSED 31.01.1974
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to 1/8/42  (1867 - 1965)
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN 1967 - 1974
Licensees :
JOHN WATTS 1848 - 1850
Severely reprimanded 26th June 1849
See opposite.
MARY ANN WATTS
age 42
1851
SOPHIA RICHES 24.06.1854
ROBERT PALLANT 24.06.1854
GEORGE BOYCE 28.08.1855 - 1859
Wednesday 27th July 1859 - Fine of 1s and costs for having house open at illegal hours on Sunday 24th July - A first offence.
See opposite.
THOMAS HARRIS 29.09.1859
(SOPHIA BOYCE) (1861)
THOMAS WILLIAM SABBERTON 25.12.1861
Old licence set aside owing to previously being fined for offences against the tenor of licence - Renewal considered Tuesday 25th August 1863.
MICHAEL ROUT 01.10.1867
Accused 08.01.1871 of being open out of hours.
DANIEL ROBERT DUNNELL 13.10.1908
ROBERT THOMAS MOORE 09.05.1911
ARTHUR FREDERICK THORPE 14.01.1913
EDWARD ARTHUR OAKES 05.04.1916
FREDERICK CHARLES PALMER 08.01.1924
SAMUEL FREDERICK BROWN 11.05.1926
RICHARD FREDERICK MULLINS 31.12.1929
HARRY THOMAS COLVEY 23.06.1931
GEORGE SWANN 18.10.1932
ARCHIBALD CHARLES BLOOM 14.03.1939
FRANK HOLMES 12.05.1959


At the Guildhall on Tuesday 26th June 1849, John Watts appeared to answer charges, preferred by the night watchmen, that he had kept his house open beyond midnight on the previous Saturday night.
A severe warning was given and he was ordered to pay costs of 3s 6d. If the offence was repeated, then maximum fines would be awarded.

On Wednesday 27th July 1859, George Boyce was charged with opening his house, before 12:30 pm, on the previous Sunday. Police-constable Hunt said that he had found a man in the garden and a measure of porter before him. Boyce claimed that he had been out walking and upon return, drawn the porter for his own use. To his astonishment the magistrates informed him that he was not entitled to draw liquor for his own use during prohibited hours. In light of it being a first offence the minimum fine of 1s and costs was imposed.


Location as Mousehold Heath in 1864, 1869 & 1879.

Closed 31.01.1974 under Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd.

Demolished.