Norfolk pub set to close in the new year
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Another Norfolk pub has announced it will be closing its doors in the new year.
The King's Head in Brooke will be calling last orders on Monday January 8.
In a post put up in the pub it says: 'The King's Head Brooke is closing.
'We thank you for your custom and support during our time here.
'Thank you all for making our time here so enjoyable.'
The pub will be hosting a night of music on its last weekend. With a band set to be announced for Saturday, January 6.
The King's Head building dates back to 1627 when it was a farming cottage. In 1640 it was sold and transformed into a Coaching Inn.
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