Ever wanted to run your own pub? Well here are some boozers that are in need of a landlord.

These are the locals in Wrexham and Flintshire that are looking for a new name above the door.

Pubs for sale or for lease in Wrexham:

The Red Lion, Coedpoeth.

Admiral Taverns are currently in the process of finding a new licensee.

Adele Scally, Recruitment and Training Executive at Admiral Taverns, said: “We are currently recruiting for ambitious and passionate entrepreneurs to take over; The Red Lion. We are dedicated to supporting and enabling our licensees to make their pubs long-term sustainable businesses and look forward to meeting potential licensees in the area."

North and South Wales Bank, Wrexham.

The Wetherspoons on the High Street was put up for sale in July, with no buyer of yet.

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

At the time the pub was placed on the market, 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."

Nags Head, Ridley Wood.

Situated on the B5130, between Wrexham Industrial Estate and Holt, the Nags Head is looking for a new owner.

Sidney Phillips are charged with finding a buyer, with the pub priced at £275,000.

The Old Swan, Wrexham.

The Old Swan is also on the market with Sidney Phillips, located on Abbott Street in the town centre, this local is priced at £325,000 or £20,000 leasehold.

Pubs for sale or for lease in Flintshire:

The Druid Inn, Pontblyddyn.

The Druid has been on the market for the last three years, and with Kenney Moore estate agents for the last two of those.

The pub had significant investment just over four years ago, yet it is still without a landlord.

It has been described as a ‘very high quality, cosy village pub’ which is ‘brimming with quirky character and atmospheric charm at every turn’.

Y Delyn Wine and Tapas Bar, Mold.

Situated on King Street, just off the High Street in Mold, Y Delyn Wine and Tapas Bar has remained under the same family ownership for the past 31 years - beginning in 1989 when Richard and Eileen Kavanagh from Ireland, visited Mold on a trip to North Wales.

It went on the market in 2020 and is valued at £395,000. Sidney Phillips are the estate agents on this property.

Crown Inn, Caergwrle.

Based on the High Street in Caergwrle, the Crown is priced at £230,000 by Sidney Phillips.