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How much is a pint in your local?

Gary Haime, who has taken over the Lattice House in King's Lynn  Picture: Chris Bishop

Gary Haime, who has taken over the Lattice House in King's Lynn Picture: Chris Bishop

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The landlord of a newly-reopened pub is pledging to be the cheapest in town, pulling a £1.95 pint.

Gary Haime reckons you'd have to go back to the 1980s to find a pint that cheap in King's Lynn, where he's landlord of the Lattice House, which re-opened on Thursday.

How much is a beer in your favourite boozer this weekend? We'll collate the answers and see what the dearest, the cheapest and the average price of a pint.


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