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History of The Bell Inn, Rickinghall
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The History of The Bell Inn, Rickinghall

The origin of the Bell Inn stemmed from the need to cater for the Traveller of the day back in the 17th & early 18th centuries who used the busy roadway of the time from Great Yarmouth to Bury St Edmunds and on to London.

The Bell Inn was so popular because of its extensive stabling for the large draught horses used for passenger travel and additional mounts available. With added accommodation and popular bar the Bell Inn proved ever popular.

In the latter part of the 19th & 20th centuries the Bell Inn became the focal point of local social activity
within the village of Rickinghall.




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The Bell Inn
The Street, Rickinghall
Diss, Norfolk. IP22 1BN
Find us just off the A143
just 10 minutes from Diss


Tuesday - 4pm - 11pm
Wednesday - Friday - 12pm - 11pm

Saturday - 9am - 11pm
Sunday - 9am - 10pm


Monday - Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday - Friday - 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 9pm
Saturday - 9am -11am & 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 9pm

Sunday - 9am - 11am & 12pm - 4pm


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