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Curry Night

Tuesday’s 7pm – 9pm

 

Fry up Friday

7pm – 9pm (Scampi, Chicken or Sausage and Chips).

 

Sunday Carvery

1pm – 3pm.

 

Click Here for pictures of the 2015 - 1940’s weekend 7th, 8th & 9th August.

 

2014 - 1940’s weekend

Click Here for pictures from the 1940’s weekend 27th, 28th & 29th June.

 

2013 - 1940’s weekend

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Future Events for 2017

 

 

The Greyhound has been a public house for more than three hundred years; many of the charming features that you see today are very much as it looked when it opened in 1710.

 

Just a short distance away is the former Royal Air Force Station of Tibenham. During the First World War it was used as a Royal Flying Corps landing ground. In 1941/42 the airfield was built up and became home to the 445th Bombardment Group of the United States Eighth Army Air Force. The group flew B24 Liberator’s as part of the strategic daylight bombing campaign - The most famous aviator to be based at Tibenham airbase was James Stuart who was the commander of the 703rd Bombardment squadron between 1943-1944.

 

Tibenham is one of the last remaining Norfolk WWII airfields that still has the original three runways and since 1960, the Norfolk Gliding Club have used the airfield for the exciting and peaceful recreational sport of gliding.

 

 

 

The Greyhound has continued to have strong ties with the airfield and we still get many visits to our pub from WWII Veterans and their families.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Greyhound in 1985.

 

 

 

 

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