Never Turn BackManor Road
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Caister men "never turn back" was coined following an attempted rescue during a severe storm in 1901, in which nine lifeboat-men were lost. The story is displayed on the wall of the pub. Only a short stretch of marrom grass separates the pub and the sea wall. There are two pleasant bars and a large garden. The building is in best Lacon's 1930's style. Pub has just been given Grade II listing by English Heritage. Apparently built 1957, not 1930s. Friendly welcoming pub with two usually Adnams ales on offer.