Nearly 30 Wetherspoons pubs are up for sale around the country, with a number of boozers under threat of being shuttered.

A list of the vulnerable boozers has been posted on a website named JDW Disposals run by real estate agents CBRE and Savills which lists 28 of the locals that are available to protective buyers. Of those pubs 11 are already under offer, meaning people have put a proposal forward to Wetherspoon, which is considering whether to push ahead. This means that the deal is not nailed on to happen.

The chain said in its July trading updates that “almost all” of the pubs up for sale were in areas where another Wetherspoon was nearby. The chain insisted that the decision to close the pubs was a “commercial” one and not down to trade.

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The list is regularly updated by CBRE and Savills however the pubs on it were correct at the time The Daily Star looked. The following pubs are up for sale but are not yet under offer:

  • Abertillery, Pontlottyn
  • Bournemouth, Christopher Creeke
  • Cardiff, Ivor Davies
  • Chesterfield, Spa Lane Vaults
  • Doncaster, Gate House
  • Fareham, Lord Arthur Lee
  • Hammersmith, London, Plough & Harrow
  • Holywell, Market Cross
  • Kirkby-In-Ashfield, Regent
  • Middlesbrough, Resolution

  • Moreton, Mock Beggar Hall
  • Redditch, Rising Sun
  • Sevenoaks, Sennockian
  • Shipley, Sir Norman Rae
  • St Ives, Hain Line
  • Swindon, Sir Daniel Arms
  • Todmorden, White Hart

Further boozers are under offer at the time of writing. They are:

  • Battersea, London, Asparagus
  • Bexleyheath, Wrong ’un
  • Derby, Thomas Leaper
  • East Ham, London, Miller's Well
  • Halifax, Percy Shaw
  • Hanham, Bristol, Jolly Sailor
  • Palmers Green, London, Alfred Herring
  • Peebles, Cross Keys
  • Purley, Foxley Hatch
  • Romford, World’s Inn
  • Stafford, Butler’s Bell

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