Mystery surrounds future of Norwich pub as it closes without warning
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A Norwich real ale pub has closed its doors to customers without announcement.
The Norwich Tap House on Redwell Street has ceased trading for the foreseeable future.
No sign or notice has been put up at the establishment, but the windows have been painted out.
A spokesman for the business said further details about the closure would be released in due course.
They also revealed that plans were in place for the pub to reopen in April.
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The pub was first opened in 2012 by Patrick Fisher, his mother Elizabeth Fisher, Alan Walpole and Amy Hancock.
It was managed by Stuart Laidlaw who has also managed The Ten Bells in St Benedict's Street.
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This closure follows recent news that independent restaurant Woolf & Bird and Dereham Road pub The Reindeer have also shut in the city.
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