PUBLISHED: 17:28 03 January 2019 | UPDATED: 17:43 03 January 2019 The Lord Nelson pub at Burnham Thorpe. Picture: Ian Burt Archant 2018 A historic pub named after Lord Nelson has been put on the market, throwing into doubt the prospect of it ever re-opening. The Lord Nelson pub at Burnham Thorpe. Picture: Ian BurtThe Lord Nelson pub in the legendary admiral’s home village of Burnham Thorpe has been put up for sale by owner, Suffolk-based brewer Greene King, who closed it down in 2016 after a row with the former landlords Debbie and Peter De Groeve.A Greene King spokesman said: ”We have informed Burnham Thorpe’s parish council and the local community of our decision to put the Lord Nelson on the market. “We now hope to find another operator who is better able to support the pub’s future by purchasing the freehold.”The brewer had previously hoped to re-open the pub itself with a new landlord and last year applied for permission to extend and alter the building, which was opened in 1637.The Lord Nelson pub at Burnham Thorpe. Picture: Ian BurtMORE: Norfolk pub where Nelson drank closesThe Friends of Burnham Thorpe group registered the pub as an asset of… Read full this story
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