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(From Hull Daily Mail)
Managers at one of the city's most popular live music pubs today pleaded for its bands to remain following complaints about the noise.
The Polar Bear in Spring Bank, Hull, has been a public house since 1874 and is renowned for staging live bands.
But landlord Carl Dickinson is being taken to court by Hull City Council's environmental health team for four charges of breaching the conditions of its music licence by being too loud.
If found guilty, Mr Dickinson, 30, could be fined GBP5,000 per offence, plus costs.
The Polar Bear could also lose its music licence, meaning the pub could no longer host live bands. …