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The latest Ins and Outs


  13th of September 2018
For several days, BrewDog on Queen Street
have been freely swapping lager for "bad beer".

  11th of September 2018
Collapse of various elements, lately
in charge of the Tiago House, Tombland.
Norwich City Council have vast possible
help from their financial reserves.

  3rd of September 2018
The week-long early-Autumn (October) Norwich
Cocktail Week
has been cancelled in 2018; but
the 2019 event will take place; probably Right OK.

The Middleton's restaurant on Timber Hill was
subject to a re-inspection on the same 3rd Sept. -
returning to their former 5-Star award.

  20th of August 2018
Improvements at the WildMan have occured
in order to show more offers, esp. music etc.
to their customers.

  16th of August 2018
Mrs. Gizzi has endured  tiresome pain  from
the theft at her fairly recent establishment
"Gin Temple" in Norwich Pottergate.

  15th of August 2018
Norwich City F. C. now allied to new
Bullards' brewery and its modern Gin;
for customers present at home matches.

  9th of August 2018
tiresome pain of cancellation of the proposed Norwich Gin Festival, from 6th to 8th July, Sunday.

  1st of August 2018
A probable summer-date for checking
the fates of various pubs in the County.

  21st of July 2018
Several improvements to the Woolpack,
on Golden Ball Street, expect to
be complete by the end of the July.

  15th July 2018
The  Artichoke  in Magdalen Road has been
bought by the local brewery Golden Triangle

  13th July 2018
Recently much has been discussed regarding
the state of local pubs; with World Cup footy
battling in a belated sticky Summer !
Have your own view?

  7th July 2018
By the end of June the long-established, but
much depressed in its latter uses, the pub on
79 Unthank Road has been opened under the
new family's happy Name and long experience.

Lillie Langtry can be put (more> into History?

  5th July 2018
A three-day Gin Festival, intended to be held
at St. Andrew's Hall from Friday, July 6th
to Sunday 8th. Surprisingly, it is believed
to have been cancelled !

  23rd June 2018
Competition for Norwich pubs pints
when the Russian World Cup booms...

  22nd June 2018
Liquidation of several evening venues
in Prince of Wales Rd. was highlighted
on 26th February.

Quite see :  26th Febr. 2018  first.
News are now better than the
long wait since then.......
 
2nd June 2018

The Prince of Denmark
has very recently been re-opened by a
lady with many years of experience in pubs.

  19th May 2018

Gardeners Arms plus The Murderers now have
A temporary (for Summer??) pub name;
called The Harry.

  13th May 2018

The  8th  'City of Ale' begins on 24th May
until 3rd June.
Publicity is now getting good efforts,
including The MP for Norwich South.

  10th May 2018

This still-closed  Erpingham House,
in 22 Tombland, is being swiftly
considered to make several changes.
and will re-open on the 26th/27th May.

  21st April 2018

The still-closed  Bull Inn, Hellesdon, is
being considered by long-term owners :
For a new operative 'landlord'; but
using the pub under a new name :
The Chestnut Tree.

21st March 2018

From the 21st, a new strength will steadily
appear (for some); to enable  Cocktail
alternatives, with much skilfulness, for
The Lawyer  in Wensum Street.

8th March 2018

The latest proposals for work at The Marlpit
have all been approved by City's Planners.
(See  3rd March  below).

7th March 2018

The  Reindeer  on Dereham Road has re-opened
under a new landlady, Lou Wilding, who
has moved with her team of staff from
The  Wild Man   on Bedford Street.

Ms. Wilding said : We will have pool, darts,
board games and free wifi, but we will
also be hosting lots of live music.

See  Details  on its pub pages.

The pub is open 5p.m. till 10p.m.
Tuesday to Thursday, and is open all day
Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

3rd March 2018

The earlier proposals for various improvements
to the independent pub  The Marlpit  will be
re-studied by City Council on Thurs. 8th March.

  26th February 2018

The  Belle Vue   on St. Phillips Rd. has posted on
their Facebook page, that the pub has closed.

4 so-called "nightlife venues" are in trouble
and all are placed in Prince of Wales Road.
Read the scary story of (cash) liquidations.

20th to 24th February 2018

In St. Andrew's and Blackfriars Halls :
The first Great British Beer Festival for Winter.
It follows the similar 2017 success.

The  interesting full details   are also available.

12th January 2018

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported the
Reindeer   Pub and Kitchen, will remain open
only until January 28th. See the Details.

3rd January 2018

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported the
re-opening of the Surrey Tavern in December;
as  "The Surrey"  with new owners.

31st December 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported
The Pig & Whistle's major refurbishment
has ended. It was open on 1st January 2018.
(See the  2nd December  )

15th December 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported that
The  Belle Vue   in St. Phillip's Road, has
re-opened and in time for Christmas.

2nd December 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported that
The  Pig & Whistle  has closed for a substantial
re-furbishment. A workman has stated :
The place is getting a total makeover,
and it's going to be very different.

Builders have been spotted tearing up parts
of the floor and the pub's sign has been
removed from the front of the building.

21st November 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported that
the  Belle Vue   on St. Phillips Road, will close
on their last day of 28th November.

20th November 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported the re-opening of   The Buck  on Yarmouth Road,
under the MacDonald family; on Friday 25th November.

19th November 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  has reported the re-opening of  (2014) King's  in King Street
- at the top end, with a whole new name
and ownership : on Monday 20th.

21st October 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  recently reported
the pending closure of the  Buck,
Yarmouth Road, from Monday 23rd.

20th October 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reports the
re-opening of The Lamb  in the City Centre.
(See  September 6th )

28th September 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reported a
Planning application has been lodged with
Norwich City Council for the  Marlpit  pub
and other related projects on the site.

6th September 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reported that the
Lamb Inn,  off Orford Place and The Walk,
will close on 25th September and is likely to re-open on 20th October : to deal with a
major refurbishment.

4th September 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reported
on the 1st of the new month, of a new landlord
for the  Artichoke  at the top of Magdalen Street.
He held a Celebration on Saturday 2nd Sept.

28th August 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reports that
the  Prince of Denmark  closed over the
last August weekend.

14th August 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  earlier reported
that the 'adult' public will be welcome to the
re-opening of  The Mitre  Earlham Road.
Some may find the premises open by 8.30 a.m.

7th August 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reports that
a new owner is well advanced in re-furbishing
the pub 'Kings' - orig.  Nag's Head,  King Street.
With a new name, it may be re-opened
as early as October 2017.

21st July 2017

The  Eastern Evening News  reports that an
application has been lodged with Norwich City
Council to turn  Lakenham Cock  into a
group of houses - 8 new buildings
plus the pub after its conversion.

In May 2017 The Cock was given  ACV  status,
won by Norwich & Norfolk branch of CAMRA.


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