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Lakenham
36 CROSS TRORY STREET
36 LEWIS STREET
LAKENHAM BEERHOUSE CLOSED 31.12.1926
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
FREE TRADE  
FRANCIS FOSTER by 1872
BULLARDS c1914
Licensees :
JOHN TUNGATE ALDOUS
& baker
02.09.1856
ARTHUR JOHN MARRIS 25.06.1880
HENRY YAXLEY 09.05.1899
DAVID THOMAS PLAYFORD 12.10.1909
EDWARD GRIG SPALL 29.11.1910
SUSANNAH SPALL 13.02.1911
ERNEST ARTHUR HAWARD 22.08.1911
BERTIE EDWARD BUSSEY 25.11.1913
JUNIUS HENRY COCKRAM 09.06.1914
Convicted 06.02.1915 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 6/- plus 8/- costs or 7 days detention.
SOPHIE COCKRAM 05.01.1926



First licence awarded Tuesday 2nd September 1856.

Location as New Lakenham in 1875.

Address as 36 Lewis Street from 1916.

Also found as the WYNDHAM ARMS.

6 day licence held from 1872, an application for a 7 day licence was refused 13.02.1904.

Objections were raised against licence renewal, at the 1906 Sessions, based on structural matters. The Chief Constable reported that another business was carried out from the premises and the back doors opened into closed yards, common to neighbours. It was agreed that police objections would be withdrawn if suitable alterations were started on, or completed by, the adjourned Brewster Sessions.

Licence provisionally refused 09.02.1926 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 31.12.1926.

Demolished.