Duke of Wellington
91-93 Waterloo Road, Norwich, NR3 1EG
T 01603 441182
Monday – Saturday 12.00 – 23.30
Sunday 12.00 – 22.30
The first licensee was Harry Burgess 1937 when the pub was known as the Iron Duke. Prior to that, in 1931, it was a corner shop called the Waterloo Stores with a bakery and licence. By August 2002 its name had changed to the Duke of Wellington. Tied to Lacons, Whitbread and Adnams over the years, it is currently a Free House.
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