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

Mouseover a pub location to see it's name, click to go to it's page

Dereham Pubs circa 1904

Frank Shaw
Dereham, 2018
Frank Shaw email

Spring Cottage, Scarning Black Horse, Scarning Carpenters Arms, Scarning Chequers, Swaffham Road George Hotel, Swaffham Hill Cherry Tree, Theatre Street Bell, Theatre Street Plough, Swanton Road Duke of Wellington, Wellington Road Cattle Market Inn, Market Place Eagle, Market Place Kings Arms, Market Place Red Lion, Red Lion Street Half Moon & Dukes Head, Quebec Street White Lion & Crown,  Church St Nelson, High Street Bull, High Street Oxford, Green Man and Greyhound High Street Cock, Norwich Street Kings Head, Norwich Street Grapes, Norwich Street Fleece, Norwich Street Earl of Leicester, Cowper Road Coachmakers, Norwich Road Crown, Norwich Road Rose, Baxter Row Royal Standard & Light Horse, Baxter Row London Tavern, Baxter Row Swan, London Road Fox & Hounds, London Road Railway Tavern, Yaxham Road Jolly Farmers, Yaxham Road Golden Ball, South Green Three Tuns, Toftwood Three Horseshoes, Toftwood Millwrights Arms, Toftwood Ramblers Rest, Toftwood Red Lion & Bell, Etling Green Old Oak, Swaffham Hill