"In 1904 there were 46 pubs in Dereham (then called East Dereham) and the adjoining villages of Scarning, Etling Green and Toftwood"



  1. Spring Cottage Scarning
  2. Black Horse, Scarning
  3. New Inn, Scarning
  4. Carpenters Arms, Scarning
  5. Chequers, Swaffham Road
  6. George Hotel, Swaffham Rd
  7. Cherry Tree, Theatre St
  8. Bell, Theatre St
  9. Plough, Swanton Rd
  10. Duke of Wellington,Wellington Rd
  11. Cattle Market Inn, Market Place
  12. Eagle, Market Place
  13. Kings Arms, Market Place
  14. Red Lion, Red Lion St
  15. Half Moon, Quebec St
  16. Dukes Head, Quebec St
  1. White Lion, Church St
  2. Crown, Church St
  3. Nelson, High St
  4. Bull, High St
  5. Oxford, High St
  6. Green Man, High St
  7. Greyhound, High St
  8. Cock Inn, Norwich St
  9. Kings Head, Norwich St
  10. Grapes. Norwich St
  11. Fleece, Norwich St
  12. Earl of Liecester, Cowper Rd
  13. Coachmakers, Norwich Rd
  14. Crown, Norwich Rd
  15. Rose, Baxter Row
  1. Royal Standard, Baxter Row
  2. Light Horse, Baxter Row
  3. London Tavern, Baxter Row
  4. Swan, London Road
  5. Fox & Hounds, London Road
  6. Railway Tavern, Yaxham Rd
  7. Jolly Farmers, Yaxham Rd
  8. Golden Ball, South Green,
  9. Three Tuns, Toftwood
  10. Three Horseshoes, Toftwood
  11. Millwrights Arms, Toftwood
  12. Ramblers Rest, Toftwood
  13. Bell, Etling Green
  14. Red Lion, Etling Green
  15. Old Oak, Swaffham Hill

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