It is said that Norwich once had a pub for every day of the year and there are still plenty of boozers to choose from in the city.

But do you remember these well-loved venues as they were in years gone by? 

1. William and Florence

The William and Florence in Unthank Road is a bar and restaurant owned by husband and wife team Nick and Briony De’Ath. 

The pair run five pubs and have 25 years of experience in hospitality. 

But before the pub was taken over in 2017 some will remember that the William and Florence was once The Mulberry Tree.

2. Last Pub Standing

The Last Pub Standing in King Street opened after a four-month-long renovation in 2017 costing £200,000.

The 17th-century building was derelict before it was taken on by new owners.

But before its restoration, Last Pub Standing was formerly the Kings pub. 

3. Pear Tree Inn

The Pear Tree Inn in Unthank Road is a family-run pub in the heart of the Golden Triangle. 

Over the years the building has been home to many different businesses such as Lust and Liquor in 2017 and No.79 Bar and Charcuterie in 2015. 

But some will remember the venue as Pickle and Relish, a burger restaurant that was open between 2014 and 2015. 

4. Pig and Whistle

Pig and Whistle in All Saints Green also underwent a major refurbishment in 2017 after a partnership with Craft Union Pubs. 

The venue was first named the Pig and Whistle in the 1970s but has had several different names over the years. 

Back in 2008 the building was home to a nightclub called Mustard. 

5. Fat Cat and Canary

The Fat Cat and Canary in Thorpe Road serves street food and Sunday roasts alongside a selection of real ales. 

The building was home to a huge mural of former Canaries manager Daniel Farke until July this year. 

It was then replaced with an image of Justin Fashanu, one of the club's star players in the 1980s and the first openly gay professional men's footballer. 

But before landlord Christian Hodgkinson took on the pub back in 2012, the venue was known as the Mustard Pot.