Stuart Layden jailed for Ian Church murder outside Great Yarmouth pub

Ian Church and Stuart Layden Image copyright Norfolk Police
Image caption Ian Church (left) was punched and kicked by a group which included Stuart Layden (right)

A man has been jailed for life for the murder of a man outside a Norfolk pub.

Ian Church, 40, was attacked outside the former Bricklayers Arms in Great Yarmouth in 2012 and died two days later.

Stuart Layden, 33, formerly of South Quay in the town, was found guilty at Norwich Crown Court.

He was told he will have to serve almost nine years in prison before being considered for parole.

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Image caption The Bricklayers Arms, on the junction of Nelson Road Central and Victoria Road, has since closed

Four other defendants were convicted of murder at an earlier trial.

One of them, Roy Smith, 35, of Ranelagh Road in Sheerness, Kent, had his conviction quashed at the Court of Appeal in London last year.

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