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BULLARDS
WATNEY MANN Closed under Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd
Licensees :
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ISAAC EVERETT
age 57 in 1851
age 65 in 1861
(died Q1 1866)
1841 - 1866
Tuesday 9th June 1863 - Fine of £1 and 13s costs for having house at prohibited hours on 25th May.
Mrs MARIA EVERETT
(age 50 in 1861)
1867 - 1868
WILLIAM LANSDELL junior
age 44 in 1871
& farmer 4 acres
(Died 17th September 1904 - age 80)
1871 - *1899
LEONARD WILLIAM SELF 1900
JOHN LEEDER BARKER
age 60 in 1901
1901 - 1905
ROBERT RICHARDSON 03.1905 - 1909
JOHN EMMS 1911 - 1915
FREDERICK G JACKSON 1916 - 1922
WILLIAM RIDER 1925 - 1931
GEORGE WAKE 1933 - 1937
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GEORGE  COLLINS c1962 - 1969


Image thanks to Craig Lorne.


At the Long Stratton Brewster Session held Tuesday 14th February 1906 the decision to renew the licence was deferred to the Session to be held in two weeks time.

At the Brewster Sessions held at Long Stratton on Tuesday 26th February 1906, it was heard that the licence had been objected to at the previous Session.
The licence was said to have been transferred four times since 1900.

It was said that in 1891 there were 671 persons in the parish and in 1901 there were 641. With three fully licensed houses in the parish, that made one house for 213 people. It was the experience of the representative of Bullards, that in many places the ratio was one house to 120 people..
The house was said to be doing a trade of One and a Half barrels a week and had 4 acres being cultivated by the tenant.
Bullard & Sons had spent £225 in repairs to the house in 1901.

The magistrates decided to refer the final decision on the licence to the Quarter Sessions.

Licence granted at the sessions held Thursday 21st June 1906 following Messrs. Bullards saying that since 1901 they had spent £250 on the premises and would further make slight alterations as required by the Bench. Trade was said to be a barrel and a half per week and trade was increasing.

At the Licensing Sessions held Tuesday 12th February 1907 the licence was renewed.

Apparently known by local customers as "The CROW".
<Origins of the name as yet unknown.>

Closed under the ownership of Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd 1969

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