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36 FAIRLAND STREET FOREHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE -
FULL LICENCE by 1840
BEERHOUSE from 1894
later FULL LICENCE.
CLOSED 03.06.1966
CANN & CLARKE Included in sale of Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS   
BULLARDS to closure 1966
( Watney Mann ) Owned by Watney Mann when sold 1967
Licensees :
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ROBERT HUBBARD * 1836 - 1854
MARY HUBBARD 1856 - 1858
JOHN BURCHAM * 1861 - 1863
Mrs ELIZABETH BURCHAM 1864 - 1875
JAMES CRANNESS 1879
ROBERT BARKER * 1881 - 1883
Mrs CHARLOTTE BAKER 1888
WILLIAM JOSHUA GOFFIN 1890 - 1896
CHARLES JOYCE 1900
HENRY PYLE 1904 - 1933
JOHN WILLIAM CHAPMAN 1937
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........  GARDINER c1962
.......... RIDDEN by 1966

Advertised in 1840 as an Inn with Gig House & Stables.

Offered for sale by auction 21st August 1863 by John Standley, the in the occupation of John Burcham, an undertenant of Cann & Clarke.
``Well situated for business with stables and other buildings, and large garden''.

Spirit licence dropped when taken over by Morgans in 1894, but taken on again before 1960.

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
49 barrels of beer
12 spirits.

Offered for sale by auction 5th May 1967
by Watney Mann ( East Anglia ) Ltd.
``Delicensed house with frontage to Fairland Street of 105 feet.
Of brick and tile construction containing 3 former bars....including Lounge, Living Room, Kitchen and Bathroom. As well as 6 bedrooms and cellar beneath.'' A clause in the contract dictated that the site could not be used in the future ``for the trade or business of a brewer, distiller, rectifier, wine or spirit merchant or for any branch of such trade or business or as an inn, tavern, public house, club, hotel, wine or beer shop, beer house or place of any kind for the sale or supply of fermented or spirituous liquors, whether to be consumed on or off the premises''. The property was sold for £900.