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  On Monday 27th August 1888, Mr. James Willoughby, keeper of a Temperance Hotel in Hunstanton, applied for the renewal of his beer licence, to allow beer to be sold in the adjoining premises.
"The application was acceded to amidst much laughter."
 
     
  On Wednesday 5th May 1943, Captain C. E. Gray applied for a publican's 3¼ years' licence for the Lodge Hotel. He said that "An hotel without a licence is like a woman without a smile".
It was explained that it was a private hotel, with no bar  (public or otherwise) and a similar licence was about to expire.
There was no opposition to the application and it was granted.