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1 Have you been on a pub crawl around Seaham recently? 332
2 Station Hotel calls "Time" for th last time (1968) 452
3 Official opening of New Seaham Working Mens Club (The Knack) 1907 494
4 Licence granted for the Red Star Hotel (1931) 493
5 British Legion Club on Londonderry Road for sale for demolition (1954) 434
6 Seaham Labour Club (formerly British Legion Club) in Malvern Crescent (1950) 839
7 How did the Londonderry Hotel get the name "The Parrot"? (1948) 582
8 Licence withdrawn - Dene Cottage Inn, Marlbo' House, Zetland Hotel, Royal Oak Inn (1931) 495
9 The Magistrates consider the licences of each Public House in Seaham Harbour (1906) 947
10 Club for discharged and demobilised soldiers and sailors opened at Park House (1921) 524
11 Beer and spirits to be rationed in Seaham pubs (1919) 519
12 The Comrades of the Great War Club opened by Lord Londonderry (1920) 518
13 Full licence granted for the Londonderry Hotel (1909) 600
14 Lord Londonderry announces enlargement of Seaham Harbour Conservative Club (1895) 575
15 Lord Londonderry opens New Seaham Conservative Club (1895) 625
16 Have a drink in Seaham Harbour (1890) 679
17 Cock fighting at the Times Inn (1881) 647
18 Accounts and Balance Sheet of The Labour Club (1971) 880
19 The tale of the Seaham Licensing Signs 704
20 Matthew Patton is new landlord of the Londonderry Arms (1830) 727
 
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