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

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Dereham Pubs circa 1904

Brother Kendall My interest in the history of Dereham pubs came from the many conversations I had with local old timer Alan 'Brother' Kendall. Brother had used all the pubs of Dereham at one time or another throughout his long life and he was happy to tell you a tale about each one of them. With my encouragement he produced a list of Dereham pubs that he could remember, HERE he gave copies to anyone who was interested. That list was the startng point in producing this website. I was also lucky enough to meet local historian Terry Davy who gave me lots of imformation about Dereham pubs. Terry wrote or collaborated in a number of books about Dereham. (See Bibliography) Within the website I have quoted from these books, due credit given of course. Apart from the aforementioned many others have helped with this website. They have provided photos and information and pointed out errors. Many thanks to them. If you can help in anyway please feel free to email me.
In producing this website I have used the term 'pub' to include hotels that have a bar open to non residents and private members clubs where the main activity is drinking. I have excluded special interest clubs like the cricket and rugby clubs and the political clubs. I used 1904 as the starting point as this seemed to be the heyday, it was also the year of an important Licensing Act which lead to the closure of many pubs.

Frank Shaw
Dereham, March '11
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