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Ten Bells  
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Ten Bells


74-78 St Benedicts Street, Norwich, NR2 4AR

T 01603 920292

W www.thetenbellsnorwich.com

E info@thetenbellsnorwich.com


Opening times

Monday – Thursday 12.00 – 00.30
Friday – Saturday 12.00 – 01.00
Sunday 12.00 – 23.30

History

The first recorded licensee is John Brett, Worsted weaver, in 1760. It was owned by Lacons until 1925 when they were taken over by Whitbread, closed in 1970 and reopened as a Freehouse in 1975. It is currently owned by Greene King.


City of Ale Beers

Bullards No. 3 Amber Ale 4.7% | Redwell West Coast Pale Ale 5.6% |

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