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Historic pub closed with new tenants sought

PUBLISHED: 12:23 06 August 2019 | UPDATED: 16:20 06 August 2019

The Lattice House is looking for new tenants. Picture: Chris Bishop

The Lattice House is looking for new tenants. Picture: Chris Bishop

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A historic Norfolk pub is currently on the market for new tenant after it closed its doors at the end of July.

The Lattice House is looking for new tenants. Picture: Chris BishopThe Lattice House is looking for new tenants. Picture: Chris Bishop

Pub group Hawthorn Leisure which owns the Lattice House in King's Lynn has now confirmed it is searching for a new landlord for the Chapel Street venue.

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All branding has been removed from the pub's Facebook page, with no update since July 18.

The pub only reopened in April this year after spending less than a year trading as a gastropub under the name Bishops of Lynn.

The Lattice House has historic significance as a 15th century building which used to be a row of shops and houses before becoming a pub in 1714.

At the time of reopening, general manager Clive Crowe said: "It's going to go back to being a regulars' pub, where you can come and sit by a nice warm fire and have a burger and a pint and chill out."

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