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By 1849, the victualler at number 16 was John Aspinall, according to White's Directory; while the Post Office of the same year named the premises as the "Fox & Grapes".
Clark said he had "accomplished nothing" since November, when he was asked to apply for a common victualler license and get a ServeSafe license for responsible alcohol and food handling.
So far as the brewers and the licensed victuallers are concerned, there has been a unanimous assent to fall in with the wishes of the Government loyally in the centre of the city, in all classes of houses, tied and free, the opinion prevails that the morning restriction will not greatly disturb trade.
Paula met Simon when she was 12 years old and he was 14 at the Licensed Victuallers School in Slough, Berkshire.
They show some of the outings during the early 1960s that her grandmother went on as a member of the Stockton Ladies' Licensed Victuallers Association.
The chairman of Cardiff Licensed Victuallers' Association, Mr Wilfred Procter, landlord of the New Inn, Caerphilly Road, said, "It is difficult enough to tell their sex sometimes, let alone their age.
Tony Payne, chief executive of the Federation of Licensed Victuallers' Associations, said: "People have less money so they are drinking less."
As well as licensees, other agencies attending the event include CV One, Trading Standards, West Midlands Police, the License Victuallers Association, Best Bar None and the Pub and Bar Association.
But the Licensed Victuallers of Wales, which protects the interests of landlords, said that the latest move would ruin pub culture.
Eden Linty's triumph in the Licensed Victuallers Mares' Only Maiden Hurdle emphasised the well-being of his string.
Eryl Jones-Williams, press officer, Merioneth Licensed Victuallers Association
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