WREXHAM’S Wetherspoon is up for sale, the chain has confirmed.

JD Wetherspoon has appointed CBRE and Savills to sell seven of its pubs across England – with Wrexham being the only one in Wales to face the axe.

Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon said: "We can confirm that the North and South Wales Bank pub in High Street, Wrexham, is up for sale.

"The pub will continue to operate as a Wetherspoon until a buyer is found. There will be no redundancies as a result of a sale.

"We appreciate that our customers and staff will be disappointed with the decision, however, on occasion, Wetherspoon does put some of its pubs up for sale."

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Staff will be transferred from the High Street pub to nearby Wetherspoon venues in the event of a sale.

The chain confirm also that the fixtures and fittings (with the exception of all tills, IT equipment, leased and branded items) can be included as part of the sale should they be required.

A Rightmove listing for the venue’s freehold says that offers are being invited by interested parties.

Interested parties are asked to undertake discreet customer visits in the first instance. All formal viewings must be arranged by prior appointment via CBRE or Savills.

For more information, go to https://jdwdisposals.co.uk/en/page_117985.php.