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Oct-20-2017 @ 3:36 PM                           Permalink
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Historic pub forced to close

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Best thing to do for all the regulars and people Who supported the pub is to vote with their feet and go to the next nearest establishment, and basically, tell those that made this stupid decision to bog off

All the best Ted.

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We haven't used the buck for a few years now as we tend to stay on the northern broads. We used to moor at Thorpe Green and get the bus to Norwich and back. We used to try to moor there on Saturday nights when there was entertainment at the buck and always found there to be a good selection of beers and food at fair prices.





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The Buck reopened on the 24th.

Btw, when posting a new thread, please make the title relevant i.e. in this section state the name of the pub!

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Enterprise often use this tactic with successful pubs to hike up the rent. The current contract doesn't allow for big increases so they evict the tenant and put in a new one on a crazy rent. I wish them well and hope they find a new pub with a better landlord !

Its not the destination its the journey that matters

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