The North and South Wales Bank Wetherspoon pub on Wrexham High Street has served its final pint as it closed its door for good this weekend. 

The J.D Wetherspoon pub served its customers for a final time on Sunday, January 15. 

A spokesperson at J.D Wetherspoon has confirmed that the pub has now been sold and completes on Wednesday, January 18. 

The pub, which is located on 14 High Street, Wrexham was put up for sale in July 2021, along with six other Wetherspoon sites in England. 

Speaking at the time of the inital announcement, 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.

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"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."

The pub was listed by London-based Savills, at an asking price of £450,000. 

The North and South Wales Bank pub was one of two Wetherspoons pubs in the city along with Elihu Yale based on Regent Street.