List of Bullard & Sons Ltd pubs

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Bullard & Sons Ltd

NORWICH

  • 1. Great Eastern, Queen’s Road/ St. Stephen’s Street
  • 2. Morning Star, Pottergate
  • 3. Blue Bell, Lower Goat Lane
  • 4. Arcade Stores, Castle Street
  • 5. Black Horse, Heigham Street
  • 6. Queen Victoria, Adelaide Street/ Nile Street
  • 7. Barn Tavern, Barn Street
  • 8. Hope Brewery, St. Saviour’s Lane
  • 9. Jack of Newbury, Fye Bridge Street
  • 10. Prince of Wales, Barrack Street
  • 11. Ship Inn, Gas Hill
  • 12. Festival House, St. George’s Street
  • 13. Keel & Wherry, King Street
  • 14. Rose, Mariners Lane
  • 15. George IV, Horns Lane
  • 16. Man Loaded with Mischief, Coslany Street
  • 17. Norwich Arms, Ber Street (closed 1908)
  • 18. Globe, Botolph Street (referred for compensation 1908)
  • 19. Rosemary Tavern, St. Mary’s Plain (referred 1908)
  • 20. Exhibition Tavern, Ber Street (referred 1908)
  • 21. White Rose, St. Margaret’s Plain (referred 1908)
  • 22. Victoria Porter Vaults, Westwick Street (reterred 1911)
  • 23. Colchester Arms, Westwick Street (referred 1911)
  • 24. Rampant Horse, Fishergate Street (referred 1911)
  • 25. Albert Inn, Ber Street (closed 1939)
  • 26. Albert Stores, Russell Street (closed 1965)
  • 27. Albion Tavern, Union Street (closed 1917)
  • 28. Alexandra Tavern, Derby Street (closed 1930)
  • 29. Alexandra Tavern, Gladstone Street
  • 30. Allies Tavern, Ampthill Road (closed 1922)
  • 31. Anchor Inn, Ten Bell Lane (closed 1887)
  • 32. Anchor of Hope, Oak Street (closed 1942)
  • 33. Anchor Brewery Stores, Coslany Street (closed 1965)
  • 34. Army & Navy Stores, Tombland
  • 35. Baker’s Arms, Mill Croft (owned 1872, later owned by Steward & Patteson Ltd.)
  • 36. Baker’s Arms, Lower Westwick Street (closed 1895)
  • 37. Baker’s Arms, Palace Plain (closed 1913)
  • 38. Balloon, Lower Westwick Street
  • 39. Bartholomew Tavern, Thorn Lane (closed 1963)
  • 40. Belle Vue, St. Phillip’s Road
  • 41. Bishop Bridge Inn, Riverside Road (closed 1959)
  • 42. Black Eagle, St. Gregory’s Alley (closed 1907)
  • 43. Brewer’s Arms, Coslany Street (closed 1907)
  • 44. Bricklayer’s Arms, Bull Close (closed 1938)
  • 45. Bricklayer’s Arms, Union Street (closed 1938)
  • 46. British Lion, Coburg Street (closed 1900)
  • 47. Canterbury Tavern, Napier Street (closed 1970)
  • 48. Carpenter’s Arms, Thorn Lane (closed 1963)
  • 49. Cellar House, Eaton Street
  • 50. Cock, Adelaide Street (closed 1974)
  • 51. Coldstream Tavern, Brunswick Street (closed 1968)
  • 52. Cooper’s Arms, Prince’s Street (closed 1911)
  • 53. Cork Cutter’s Arms, Bridge Street (ex- Coleman & Co., closed 1898)
  • 54. Corn Exchange, Bedford Street (closed 1921)
  • 55. Corn Exchange, Exchange Street (closed 1889)
  • 56. Cricketer’s Arms, Red Lion Street (closed 1959)
  • 57. Cricketer’s Rest, Queen’s Road
  • 58. Crown, St. Benedict’s Street (destroyed 1942)
  • 59. Currier’s Arms, St. Giles Street (closed 1928)
  • 60. Currier’s Arms, St. Stephen’s Back Street (closed 1914)
  • 61. Dial, Dereham Road (closed 1992)
  • 62. Duke of Sussex, Botolph Street (closed 1961)
  • 63. Duke of Wellington, Chapel Street (closed 1942)
  • 64. Duncan Arms, Magdalen Street (closed 1936)
  • 65. Dyer’s Arms, Lower Westwick Street (closed 1867)
  • 66. Eagle, Lower Westwick Street (closed 1893)
  • 67. Eagle Tavern, Newmarket Road
  • 68. Eagle, West Pottergate (closed 1935)
  • 69. Eagle & Child, Market Avenue (ex- Coleman & Co., closed 1907)
  • 70. Earl of Cardigan, Orchard Street (closed 1970)
  • 71. Elm Tavern, Elm Hill (owned by 1872, closed 1878)
  • 72. Empire, later Excise Tavern, then New Theatre Stores (owned by 1897, closed 1939)
  • 73. Engineer’s Tavern, St. Julian Street (closed 1962)
  • 74. Essex Arms, Essex Street (closed 1967)
  • 75. Exmouth Tavern, St. Stephen’s Street (closed 1856)
  • 76. Fancier’s Arms, Oak Street (closed 1918)
  • 77. Fiveways, Earlham (opened 1928)
  • 78. Free Trade Tavern, St. Augustin’s Street (closed 1910)
  • 79. Free Trade Tavern, St. Peter’s Street (closed 1948)
  • 80. Free Trade Tavern, William Street (closed 1928)
  • 81. Garden House, Pembroke Road
  • 82. Gardener’s Arms, Timber Hill
  • 83. Golden Ball, Cattle Market Street (closed 1962)
  • 84. Golden Lion, King Street (closed 1907)
  • 85. Good Companions, Earlham Green Lane (opened 1938, closed 1992)
  • 87. Grapes, Howard Street (closed 1914)
  • 88. Greyhound, Ber Street (owned by 1864, closed 1871)
  • 89. Haymarket Stores, formerly White Lion, White Lion Street (closed 1974)
  • 90. Hope Tavern, St. Stephen’s Road (closed 1929)
  • 91. Hope Tavern, Calvert Street (closed 1923)
  • 92. Imperial Arms, Upper King Street (closed 1865)
  • 93. Ipswich Tavern, St. Stephen’s Plain (closed 1974)
  • 94. Ironmonger’s Arms, Lobster Lane (closed 2003)
  • 95. Jubilee Tavern, Quebec Road
  • 96. Kensington Gardens, Mill Street (closed 1867)
  • 97. King William IV, Shadwell Street (closed 1939)
  • 98. King’s Arms, Ber Street (closed 1968)
  • 99. King’s Head, Upper St. Giles Street (ex- Coleman & Co., closed 1914)
  • 100. Lath Render’s Arms, King Street (leasehold, closed 1920)
  • 101. Lily Tavern, Ber Street (ex- Lewis, Ingold & Collard)
  • 102. Little John, Armes Street (closed 2002)
  • 103. London Restaurant, Haymarket (owned by 1881, closed 1935)
  • 104. Lord John Russell, Dereham Road (destroyed 1942)
  • 105. Lord Nelson, later Artful Dodger, Dereham Road
  • 106. Lord Rosebery, Rosebery Road
  • 107. Mancroft Stores, formerly Eldon Stores, Bethel Street (closed 1928)
  • 108. Market Lane Tavern, Market Lane (closed 1961)
  • 109. Marquis of Granby, Bishopsgate Street (closed 1966)
  • 110. Marquis of Granby, Barrack Street (closed 1969)
  • 111. Mitre Tavern, Earlham Road
  • 112. Morning Star, later Cask & Keg, Southwell Road
  • 113. Mortimer’s Hotel, St. Giles Street (closed 1968)
  • 114. Mounted Volunteer, Silver Road (closed 1963)
  • 115. New Brewery, Barrack Street (closed 1887)
  • 116. Norfolk & Norwich Chop House, Market Place (closed by 2004)
  • 117. Norfolk Railway House, later Compleat Angler, Prince of Wales Road
  • 118. Norfolk Tavern, Norfolk Street (closed 1987)
  • 119. Oak Shades, Lower Goat Lane (closed 1987)
  • 120. Old Crown, Oak Street (closed 1860)
  • 121. Old Dove Tavern, Gentleman’s Walk (closed 1860)
  • 122. Old Theatre Tavern, Bethel Street (closed 1960)
  • 123. Omnibus Tavern, St. Benedict’s Gate (closed 1941)
  • 124. Orford Arms, Red Lion Street (closed 1974)
  • 125. Park Tavern, later Lillie Langtry, Unthank Road
  • 126. Paul Pry Inn, Grapes Hill (closed 1967)
  • 127. Perseverance Tavern, Oak Street (closed 1867)
  • 128. Perseverance, Adelaide Street
  • 129. Plumber’s Arms, Cowgate (closed 1870)
  • 130. Post Office Tavern, Exchange Street
  • 131. Prince of Wales, Rose Lane (closed 1985)
  • 132. Prospect House, Aylsham Road (closed 1992)
  • 133. Queen Adelaide, Pitt Street (closed 1965)
  • 134. Queen Hotel, Castle Meadow (ex- Coleman & Co, closed 1916)
  • 135. Railway Stores, Heigham Street (closed 1958)
  • 136. Rainbow, Lower King Street (closed 1959)
  • 137. Rainbow, Old Palace Road (destroyed 1942)
  • 138. Red Lion, Red Lion Street (closed by 1863)
  • 139. Red Rose, Back of the Inns (closed 1935)
  • 140. Rose & Crown, Bishopsgate (closed by 1891)
  • 141. Rose & Thistle, Heigham Street (closed 1932)
  • 142. Rose Inn, Queen’s Road
  • 143. Rose Tavern, Palace Street (closed 1870)
  • 144. Rose Tavern, St. Stephen’s Street (closed 1913)
  • 145. Rose Tavern, Wymer Street (closed 1933)
  • 146. Royal Exchange, Julian Street (closed 1905)
  • 147. Royal Oak, Ber Street (closed 1965)
  • 148. Shirehall Tavern, Cattle Market Street
  • 149. Shoemaker, Hutchinson Road
  • 150. Spear in Hand, Vauxhall Street (closed 1960)
  • 151. St. Paul’s Tavern, Cowgate Street
  • 152. Staff of Life, St. Augustine’s Street (closed 1971)
  • 153. Stafford Arms, Heigham Road (closed 1976)
  • 154. Stag, St. Benedict’s Street (closed 1976)
  • 155. Stanley Arms, Bedford Street (closed 1911)
  • 156. Star & Garter, Quayside (closed 1867)
  • 157. Surrey Tavern, Surrey Street
  • 158. Sussex Arms, St. Augustine’s Street (closed 1963)
  • 159. Sussex Arms, Cowgate (closed 1877)
  • 160. Swiss Cottage, Dereham Road (closed 1971)
  • 161. Thorn Tavern, Ber Street (closed 1949)
  • 162. Three Kings, St. Benedict’s Street (closed 1968)
  • 163. Two Brewers, Magdalen Street
  • 164. Unthank Arms, Newmarket Road
  • 165. Vauxhall Tavern, Vauxhall Street (closed 1997)
  • 166. Vine Tavern, Upper St. Giles Street (ex- Coleman & Co., closed c. 1910)
  • 167. Vine Tavern, St. Benedict’s Street (closed 1970)
  • 168. Vine Tavern, Dove Street
  • 169. Walnut Tree Shades, Old Post Office Court
  • 170. Warwick Arms, Warwick Street
  • 171. Waterworks Tavern, Northumberland Street (closed 1975)
  • 172. Wellington, Muspole Street (closed 1962)
  • 173. West End Retreat, Browne Street
  • 174. West End Stores, West Pottergate (closed 1907)
  • 175. Whalebone, Magdalen Road
  • 176. White Horse, Bridge Street (closed 1879)
  • 177. White Horse, Essex Street (closed 1963)
  • 178. White Horse, Trafalgar Street (closed 1939)
  • 179. White Rose, Back of the Inns (ex- Coleman & Co., closed by 1900 & replaced by Arcade Stores)
  • 180. White Rose, Magdalen Street (closed 1971)
  • 181. White Swan, Lower King Street (closed 1967)
  • 182. William Tell, Castle Ditches (closed 1861)
  • 183. Windham Arms, Cross Trory Street (closed 1926)
  • 184. Wine Vaults, later Mischief Tavern, Fye Bridge Street
  • 185. Wine Vaults, Queen Street (closed 1907)
  • 186. World’s End, World’s End Lane (closed 1907)
  • 187. York Tavern, Leicester Street
  • 188. Constitution Inn, Constitution Hill
  • 189. Angel Gardens, Angel Road, New Catton
  • 190. Blackfriars Tavern, Bridge Street (closed 1911)
  • 191. Golden Star, Colegate Street
  • 192. Half Moon, Dereham Road (closed 1900)
  • 193. Rosary Tavern, Rosary Road
  • 194. St. Margaret Stores, Westwick Street (closed 1939)
  • 195. White Lion, Oak Street

NORFOLK OUTSIDE NORWICH

  • 1. George & Dragon, George Hill, Sprowston (closed 2000)
  • 2. Gordon, Gordon Avenue, Thorpe St. Andrew (opened 1934)
  • 3. Free Trade Tavern, later Crown Brewery, Fairland Street, Wymondham
  • 4. King’s Head, Norwich Road, Diss
  • 5. Brewer’s Arms, Scole, near Diss
  • 6. Albion, Church Street, Cromer
  • 7. Lighthouse, Coast Road, Walcott, near Happisburgh
  • 8. Angel Hotel, Church Street, Attleborough
  • 9. Royal Standard, Baxter Row, East Dereham
  • 10. Jolly Sailor, Brancaster Staithe
  • 11. Ship Inn, Narborough, near Swaffham
  • 12. Sun Inn, The Quay, Wells next the Sea
  • 13. Bull Inn, Stoke Ferry
  • 14. Norfolk Ranger, East Rudham
  • 15. Anchor, Morston, near Wells
  • 16. Lord Nelson, High Street, East Dereham
  • 17. Wheelwright’s Arms, Clenchwarton, near King’s Lynn
  • 18. Crown Inn, Old Buckenham
  • 19. Sceptre, South Quay, Great Yarmouth
  • 20. Holkham Hotel, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth
  • 21. Black Boys, Market Place, Aylsham
  • 22. Feathers, Cawston Road, Aylsham
  • 23. Green Man, Rackheath, near Norwich
  • 24. New Inn, Tilney All Saints
  • 25. Angel Hotel, Market Street, North Walsham (closed 1986)
  • 26. Rose & Crown, Bacton Road, North Walsham
  • 27. White Swan, Church Street, North Walsham
  • 28. Foundry Arms, Church Street, Northrepps
  • 29. Bricklayer’s Arms, Northwold (closed 1961)
  • 30. Crown, Northwold
  • 31. Red Lion, Northwold (closed 1963)
  • 32. Maid’s Head, Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn
  • 33. Tradesman’s Arms, Church Road, Alburgh (later owned By E. Lacon & Co., Great Yarmouth)
  • 34. Crown Inn, Hale Road, Ashill (closed 1968)
  • 35. New Railway Tavern, Station Road, Attleborough (closed 1969)
  • 36. Grove Inn, London Road, Attleborough (closed 1969)
  • 37. Royal Hotel, Station Road, Attleborough
  • 38. White Swan, Exchange Street, Attleborough (closed 1907)
  • 39. Spread Eagle, Hargham Road, Attleborough (closed 1969)
  • 40. New Inn, Fakenham Road, Beetley
  • 41. Black Horse, Westgate Street, Binham (closed 1967)
  • 42. Red Hart Inn, The Street, Bodham
  • 43. White Lion, Brancaster (closed 1964)
  • 44. Black Horse, Brancaster Staithe (closed 1959)
  • 45. Victory Inn, Brancaster Staithe (closed 1917)
  • 46. Black Horse, Front Street, Burnham Market (closed 1965)
  • 47. Hoste Arms, The Green, Burnham Market
  • 48. Rose & Crown, Herring’s Lane, Burnham Market (closed 1969)
  • 49. Wild Horse, Front Street, Burnham Market (closed 1965)
  • 50. Bell, The Street, Barney (closed 1970)
  • 51. Bell Inn, The Street, Billingford (closed 1970)
  • 52. Bird in Hand, Blofield (closed 1930
  • 53. Crown & Anchor, Fen Road, Blo’ Norton (closed 1961)
  • 54. Ship Inn, Burnham Overy Staithe (closed 1917)
  • 55. Railway Hotel, Diss Road, Burston
  • 56. Prince of Wales, The Hill, Bunwell (closed 1964)
  • 57. Trowel & Hammer, Great Green, Bunwell
  • 58. Prince of Wales, Burnham Norton (closed 1956)
  • 59. Sun Inn, Burnham Norton
  • 60. Walnut Tree Inn, Snailgate Street, Banham (closed 1963)
  • 61. Three Horse Shoes, Norwich Road, Barnham Broom (closed 1963)
  • 62. Friendship, Eastgate, Cawston (leasehold, later leased by Trunch Brewery Ltd. (closed 1966)
  • 63. Horse & Groom, Colton Street, Colton
  • 64. White Hart, Townhouse Street, Costessey
  • 65. Farrier’s Arms, Mile Road, Carleton Rode
  • 66. Sun Inn, Loddon Road, Broome (closed 1965)
  • 67. Holkham Arms, Beeston (closed 1926)
  • 68. Two Friends, Blofield Heath
  • 69. King’s Head, Wroxham Road, Coltishall
  • 70. Rising Sun, Wroxham Road, Coltishall
  • 71. White Horse, Coltishall (closed 1971)
  • 72. Watch House, Denton, near Bungay (closed 1962)
  • 73. Jenyn’s Arms, Denver Sluice, Denver
  • 74. Victoria, Church Road, Deopham
  • 75. Cock, Lynn Road, Downham Market
  • 76. Anchor of Hope, Norwich Road, Ditchingham (closed 1910)
  • 77. Cock, High Road, Drayton
  • 78. King William Inn, The Green, Docking
  • 79. Victoria Inn, Docking
  • 80. Dog, Dereham Road, Easton (closed by 2000)
  • 81. Bacon Arms, Norwich Road, Edgefield
  • 82. Horse Shoes, East Bilney, near Dereham (closed 1913)
  • 83. Cattle Market Inn, Market Street, East Dereham (closed 1913)
  • 84. Crown, Church Street, East Dereham (closed 1970)
  • 85. Gemini, Sandy Lane, East Dereham (opened 1965)
  • 86. Grapes Inn, Norwich Street, East Dereham (closed 1931)
  • 87. Royal Oak, Swaffham Road, East Dereham (closed 1905)
  • 88. Three Horse Shoes, Toftwood Common, East Dereham (closed 1910)
  • 89. Chequers, Swaffham Road, East Dereham (closed 1966)
  • 90. Crown Inn, Norwich Road, East Dereham
  • 91. Duke’s Head, Quebec Street, East Dereham (closed 1933)
  • 92. Fleece Hotel, Norwich Street, East Dereham (closed 1975)
  • 93. Three Tuns, Watton Road, East Dereham (closed 1970)
  • 94. Cherry Tree, Theatre Street, East Dereham
  • 95. Duke of Wellington, Wellington Road, East Dereham
  • 96. Greyhound, High Street, East Dereham (closed 1934)
  • 97. London Tavern, Baxter Place, East Dereham (closed 1919)
  • 98. Royal Oak, Swaffham Road, East Dereham (closed 1905)
  • 99. White Lion, Church Street, East Dereham (closed 1915)
  • 100. Crown, Lynn Road, East Winch (closed 1925)
  • 101. White Horse, Yarmouth Road, Ellingham (closed 1969)
  • 102. White Lion, Market Place, East Harling (closed 1962)
  • 103. Old George, Back Street, East Rudham (closed 1963)
  • 104. New Inn, The Street, East Tuddenham
  • 105. Prince of Wales Feathers, Dereham Road, East Tuddenham (closed 1919)
  • 106. Railway Tavern, Eccles Station, Quidenham
  • 107. Crown, Market Place, Fakenham
  • 108. Henry IV, Greenway Lane, Fakenham (opened 1957)
  • 109. Rampant Horse, Queen’s Road, Fakenham
  • 110. Royal Oak, Oak Street, Fakenham
  • 111. Cattle Market Tavern, Wells Road, Fakenham (closed 1957)
  • 112. Great Eastern Inn, Norwich Road, Fakenham (closed 1989)
  • 113. Railway Tavern, Station Road, Fakenham (closed 1936)
  • 114. Red Lion, Market Place, Fakenham (closed 1974)
  • 115. Plough Inn, Corkway Drove, Feltwell (closed 1958)
  • 116. Jolly Farmer, The Street, Foulsham (closed 1924)
  • 117. White Horse, Guestwick (closed 1966)
  • 118. Crown Hotel, High Street, Gorleston (closed 1913)
  • 119. King William IV, Quay Road, Gorleston
  • 120. Royal Oak, Baker Street, Gorleston (closed 1925)
  • 121. Short Blue, High Street, Gorleston
  • 122. Railway Tavern, Great Ryburgh (closed 1930)
  • 123. Bridge House, Dereham Road, Gressenhall (closed 1915)
  • 124. Windmill, Breakfield Green, Garveston (closed 1924)
  • 125. Queen’s Head, Low Common, Great Ellingham (closed 1960)
  • 126. Crystal Stores, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth (later owned by Barclay, Perkins & Co., London and then by Bass)
  • 127. King’s Head, Market Place, Great Yarmouth (later owned by E. Lacon & Co.)
  • 128. Mariner’s Arms, The Street, Felthorpe
  • 129. Railway Tavern, Norwich Road, Framingham Earl
  • 130. Chequers, Stocks Hill, Foxley (closed 1968)
  • 131. Cross Keys, Turnpike Road, Horsham St. Faith’s
  • 132. Firs, Cromer Road, Horsham St. Faith’s (opened 1933)
  • 133. Three Horse Shoes, Bridge Road, Hoveton
  • 134. Railway Hotel, Le Strange Terrace, Hunstanton
  • 135. White Lion, Church Street, Holt (closed 1996)
  • 136. Buck, The Street, Honingham
  • 137. Eight Ringers, Market Place, Hingham
  • 138. George, Hall Moor, Hingham (closed 1970)
  • 139. Horse Shoes, Market Place, Hingham (closed 1907)
  • 140. Red Lion, Watton Road, Hingham (closed 1910)
  • 141. White Swan, The Fairland, Hingham (closed 1940)
  • 142. Fox & Pheasant, Harpley Road, Great Massingham (closed 1990)
  • 143. White Swan, Wimple Street, Happisburgh (closed 1970)
  • 144. Fox & Hounds, Griston (closed 1915)
  • 145. King’s Head, Hackford (closed 1960)
  • 146. Black Horse, Hockering (closed 1908)
  • 147. Victoria Inn, Hockering
  • 148. White Horse, Keilgate Street, Holme next the Sea
  • 149. Pleasure Boat, The Common, Hickling
  • 150. Fox & Hounds, The Street, Hindolveston (closed 1926)
  • 151. Red Lion, The Street, Hindolveston (closed 1963)
  • 152. Red Lion, Hindringham (closed 1969)
  • 153. Man on the Moon, Reepham Road, Hellesdon (closed 1986)
  • 154. Lord Nelson, Church Street, Hempnall (closed 1999)
  • 155. Queen’s Head, Norwich Road, Hethersett
  • 156. Jolly Farmers, Westgate, Hevingham (closed 1942)
  • 157. Malt & Hops, Buxton Heath, Hevingham (closed 1964)
  • 158. Prince of Wales, West Church Street, Kenninghall (closed 1927)
  • 159. Stracey Arms, Norwich Road, Kirby Bedon (closed 1967)
  • 160. Discovery, Losinga Road, King’s Lynn (opened 1955)
  • 161. Estuary Tavern, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn
  • 162. Estuary Tavern, Ferry Square, West Lynn, King’s Lynn (closed 1970)
  • 163. Grapes, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn (closed 1908)
  • 164. Honest Lawyer, London Road, King’s Lynn
  • 165. Vine, Norfolk Street, King’s Lynn (closed 1909)
  • 166. Rose & Thistle, South Clough Lane, King’s Lynn
  • 167. Bridge Inn, Fakenham Road, Lenwade
  • 168. Black Lion Hotel, Friday Market Place, Little Walsingham
  • 169. Crown, Guild Street, Little Walsingham (closed 1920)
  • 170. King’s Head, Station Road, Little Walsingham (closed 1959)
  • 171. Jolly Farmers, The Street, Loddon (closed 1968)
  • 172. Red Lion, The Street, Loddon (closed 1910)
  • 173. Baker’s Arms, Ludham, near Norwich (closed 1959)
  • 174. New Swan Inn, St. John’s Fen Road, Marshland St. James (closed 1971)
  • 175. Plough & Sail, Fen End, Marshland St. James
  • 176. Sebastopol, Fen End, Marshland St. James (closed 1957)
  • 177. Ivy Cottage, Yaxham Road, Mattishall (closed 1905)
  • 178. Hastings Arms, Melton Constable (closed 1996)
  • 179. Globe, Low Green, Methwold (closed 1921)
  • 180. White Horse, Morton on the Hill (closed 1912)
  • 181. Tradesman’s Arms, The Common, Mulbarton (closed 1969)
  • 182. Manor Hotel, Beach Road, Mundesley
  • 183. Crown, Mundford
  • 184. Jolly Farmers Inn, Burnham Road, North Creake
  • 185. Victoria Inn, Church Street, North Creake
  • 186. King William IV, Broom Green, North Elmham (closed 1965)
  • 187. Railway Inn, Gipsy Bay, Little Massingham (closed 1968)
  • 188. Rose & Crown, later Village Inn, Little Melton (closed 1975)
  • 189. Pitman Arms, Oulton (closed 1971)
  • 190. Cherry Tree, Hanworth, Plumstead (closed 1971)
  • 191. Bridge Hotel, Potter Heigham (destroyed by fire 1990)
  • 192. Broads Haven, Bridge Road, Potter Heigham (opened 1961)
  • 193. Sole & Heel, Slipper Bottom, Rackheath
  • 194. Swan, The Street, Ringland
  • 195. Crown, Rougham (leasehold, closed 1966)
  • 196. Ffolkes Arms, Runcton Holme (closed 1970)
  • 197. Black Horse, Corks Common, Runhall (closed 1965)
  • 198. Half Moon, The Street, Rushall
  • 200. Windmill, The Hills, Saham Toney
  • 201. Cricketer’s Arms, Eastgate Green, Saxlingham Nethergate
  • 202. Castle, The Street, Saxthorpe (closed 1968)
  • 203. New Inn, Turnpike, Scarning (closed 1934)
  • 204. Brewer’s Arms, Norwich Road, Scole (closed 1930)
  • 205. Horse & Groom, The Street, Sculthorpe
  • 206. Red Lion, Norwich Road, Sculthorpe
  • 207. Bull, Main Road, Setchey
  • 208. New Inn, Yaxham Road, Shipdham (closed 1909)
  • 209. Waggon & Horses, School Street, Shipdham (closed 1956)
  • 210. Duke’s Head, The Street, Shotesham All Saints (closed 1918)
  • 211. Union Tavern, Workhouse Road, Smallburgh (closed 1968)
  • 212. Compasses Inn, Snettisham
  • 213. Grapes Inn, Snettisham
  • 214. Rising Sun, South Creake (closed 1966)
  • 215. Longe Arms, Spixworth, near Norwich
  • 216. Maid’s Head, High Street, Stalham
  • 217. Maid’s Head, Mileham Road, Stanfield (closed 1966)
  • 218. Ordnance Arms, Guist Bottom, Stibbard
  • 219. Cock inn, Oxborough Road, Stoke Ferry (closed 1960)
  • 220. King’s Arms, Stoke Ferry (closed 1902)
  • 221. Trowel & Hammer, Oxborough Road, Stoke Ferry (closed 1932)
  • 222. Rummer Inn, Norwich Road, Stoke Holy Cross (closed 1957)
  • 223. Breckland, formerly White Hart & owned by Steward & Patteson Ltd., London Street, Swaffham
  • 224. Royal Oak, Lynn Street, Swaffham (closed 1926)
  • 225. Dun Cow, Norwich Road, Swainsthorpe
  • 226. Blue Bell Inn, Swanton Novers, near Swaffham (closed 1972)
  • 227. Dog Inn, Turnpike, Swardeston
  • 228. White Horse, Lower Street, Tasburgh (closed 1923)
  • 229. Silver Fox, Fakenham Road, Taverham
  • 230. Anchor, Common Marsh, Terrington St. Clement
  • 231. Angel, Marsh Field, Terrington St. Clement (closed 1965)
  • 232. Queen’s Head, Low Common, Tharston (closed 1985)
  • 233. Three Hoops, Castle Street, Thetford (closed 1931)
  • 234. King’s Head, Thornham, near Hunstanton
  • 235. Lifeboat Inn, Slip Lane, Thornham
  • 236. Lord Mancroft, Laundry Lane, Thorpe St. Andrew (opened 1961, closed 2012)
  • 237. Three Horse Shoes, Titchwell, near Hunstanton (closed 2001)
  • 238. New Inn, High Street, Titteshall (closed 1963)
  • 239. Ostrich, High Street, Titteshall (closed c. 1982)
  • 240. Railway Tavern, Station Road, Tivetshall St. Margaret
  • 241. Stracey Arms, Acle Straight, Tunstall St. Mary
  • 242. Prince of Wales, Cargate, Upton (closed 1934)
  • 243. Jolly Farmers, Brandon Road, Watton (closed 1982)
  • 244. Red Lion, Hanley Street, Watton (closed 1925)
  • 245. Saxon, Lynn Road, Weeting (opened 1961)
  • 246. Anchor, Freeman Street, Wells next the Sea (closed 1906)
  • 247. Ark Royal, Freeman Street, Wells next the Sea
  • 248. Golden Fleece, The Quay, Wells next the Sea (ex- Barclay, Perkins & Co. Ltd., London)
  • 249. Park Tavern, Park Road, Wells next the Sea (closed 1971)
  • 250. Railway Hotel, later Lifeboat, Station Road, Wells next the Sea (closed 1999)
  • 251. Red Lion, The Quay, Wells next the Sea (closed 1906)
  • 252. Ship, Freeman Street, Wells next the Sea (closed 1967)
  • 253. Shipwright’s Arms, The Quay, Wells next the Sea
  • 254. Sun, The Quay, Wells next the Sea
  • 255. Happy Home, Wisbech Road, Welney (closed 1933)
  • 256. Rose Cottage, Wendling (closed 1994)
  • 257. Horse Shoes, West Tofts, near Thetford (closed 1942)
  • 258. Walton Dam, Highway, West Walton (closed 1956)
  • 259. Carpenter’s Arms, Church Road, Whinburgh
  • 260. Carpenter’s Arms, High Street, Wighton
  • 261. Red Lion, Wighton (closed 1926)
  • 262. Jolly Farmers, Wood Dalling, near Aylsham (closed 1966)
  • 263. King’s Head, Hempnall Road, Woodton
  • 264. King’s Head, Norwich Road, Worstead (closed 1907)
  • 265. Castle Hotel, Norwich Road, Wroxham (closed 1996)
  • 266. Great A, Dereham Road, Yaxham (closed 1912)
  • 267. Lord Nelson, Norwich Road, Yaxham
  • 268. Bush, South Quay, Great Yarmouth (closed 1921)
  • 269. Queen’s Head Hotel, The Street, Acle (closed 1975)
  • 270. Swan Inn, Blofield (closed 1982)
  • 271. White Horse, Upton with Fishley
  • 272. Falcon Inn, Ditchingham (closed 1970)
  • 273. Ferry House, Ferry Road, Surlingham
  • 274. Horse Shoes, Alby
  • 273. White Horse, East Barsham
  • 274. Black Horse, Bawdeswell (closed 1926)
  • 275. White Horse, Blakeney
  • 276. Green Man, Briston
  • 277. Plough Inn, Briston (closed 1962)
  • 278. Waveney Hotel, Burgh St. Peter
  • 279. Bell Inn, Cawston
  • 280. Crown Inn, Banningham
  • 281. Red Lion, Etling Green, near East Dereham (closed 1952)
  • 282. Maid’s Head, Lynn Road, East Winch (closed 1969)
  • 283. King’s Arms, Foulsham (closed 1970)
  • 284. Blue Boar, Great Ryburgh
  • 285. Carpenter’s Arms, Norwich Road, Holt (closed 1968)
  • 286. Swan Inn, High Street, Horning
  • 287. Horse Shoes, Bridge Road, Hoveton St. John
  • 288. New Inn, Litcham
  • 289. Robin Hood, Egmere Road, Little Walsingham
  • 290. White House Inn, South Green, Mattishall
  • 291. White Horse, Irstead Road, Neatishead
  • 292. George & Dragon, North Elmham (closed 1971)
  • 293. George & Dragon, Norwich Road, Reepham (closed 1962)
  • 294. King’s Arms Hotel, Market Place, Reepham
  • 295. Rose & Crown, Hardwick, near Long Stratton
  • 296. Jolly Farmers, Swanton Abbott
  • 297. Angel Inn, Greengate, Swanton Morley
  • 298. Crown, Front Street, Trunch
  • 299. Royal Standard, Quay, Wells next the Sea
  • 300. King’s Head, King Street, Whissonsett (closed 1970)

SUFFOLK

  • 1. Heath House, Weybread
  • 2. Ivy Leaf, Westgate Street, Ipswich (owned 1887)
  • 3. Crown, Weybread
  • 4. Anchor Hotel, High Street, Lowestoft
  • 5. King’s Head, High Street, Kessingland, near Lowestoft
  • 6. Cliff Hotel, Pakefield, near Lowestoft
  • 7. Flintnapper’s Arms, Market Hill, Brandon
  • 8. Black Lion, The Green, Long Melford
  • 9. Star, Saxmundham (referred for compensation 1906)
  • 10. Rose & Crown, Stanton
  • 11. Five Bells, Cavendish

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

  • 1. Six Bells, High Street, Cottenham
  • 2. Three Horse Shoes, High Street, Cottenham
  • 3. Crystal Palace, Mill Road, Cambridge (ex- Henry J. Burt, Fenstanton)
  • 4. Chequers, Cherryhinton, near Cambridge
  • 5. Three Blackbirds, formerly Granville, East Road, Cambridge
  • 6. Hearts of Oak, Newmarket Road, Cambridge
  • 7. Bell, Kirkgate Street, Walsoken, near Wisbech
  • 8. Hope Inn, Canal Street, Wisbech