Norwich Street

Cock Inn | Kings Head Hotel | Grapes | Fleece

Cock, Kings Head, Grapes, Fleece Norwich St

Kings Head, Grapes, Fleece Norwich St

Norwich St looking East. Kings Head on the left, Grapes on the right,
and Fleece in the middle distance.

Cock Inn

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PUB SIGN

Cock Inn 2004

Cock Inn 2004 (rear)

Maureen and Jack Filby kept the Cock from 1970 until almost the end of the century. During there time it was a cosy and popular, no frills, local boozer. It was then closed refurbished and re-opened as Cockers Brasserie. It has traded, on and off, since then as a bar/eatery under various guises as Cockers Bistro, Lolitas Tapas Bar and Restaurant, Rusty Tape and even reverting to The Cock Inn at one time.

Kelly's 1883 entry - Patterson, William, Cock, Norwich street (9)

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The Kings Head Hotel

Number 5 on 1757 map

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Kings Head Hotel 2004

January 2004

Old picture of Kings Head

Kelly's 1883 entry - Carter, Richard, M.R.C.V.S.
King's Head posting & commercial hotel, & veterinary surgeon, Norwich street (9)

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Grapes Inn

Closed 1931

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Mrs Myhill at the door of the Grapes

Mrs Myhill at the door of the Grapes. John Myhill was the landlord from 1914.
Photo from Gordon Olley,

The Grapes

Grapes 2004

Fortune House Chinese Takeaway January 2004 used to be The Grapes.
The iron work which carried the pub sign is still there.

Kelly's 1883 entry - Wells John, beer retailer, Norwich street (9)

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Fleece

Closed 1975

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The Fleece - Late 60s early 70s?

Landlord, Landlady and customers

Brian Knight, Denny Cranmer, Martin Cranmer, Eadie Head (Landlady), Alan (Brother) Kendal, Joe Head (Landlord) Photos by permission of Linda Frost © - Thanks


Fleece site

January 2004, cars parked where the Fleece once stood

Kelly's 1883 entry - Fenn, Charles, Fleece Hotel, Norwich Street (9)

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