Wetherspoons to sell off 33 pubs across UK

Popular pub chain Wetherspoon is to sell off 33 of its outlets across the UK.

Friday, 20th May 2016, 1:00 pm
Wetherspoons - pub sell-offs announced

The sale, via CBRE and Savills, will see the newly-listed properties go on the market alongside 12 others put up for sale last year.

JDW owns nearly 1,000 pubs across the UK, including many in the North West, but has recently offloaded establishments to Stonegate, Hawthorn Leisure, Urban Pubs & Bars, Amber Taverns and Brewhouse & Kitchen.

The full list reads as follows:

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Banbury - Fleur-de-Lis

Bathgate - James Young

Berwick-upon-Tweed - Leaping Salmon

Birmingham - Soloman Cutler

Bootle - Merton Inn

Boscombe - Sir Percy Florence Shelley

Bradford - Sir Titus Salt

Cheadle Hulme - Kings Hall

Dagenham - Lord Denman

Dartford - Paper Moon

Didsbury - Milson Rhodes

Ellesmere Port - Thomas Telford

Forest Hill - Capitol

Fulham - Oyster Rooms

Hammersmith - Plough & Harrow

High Wycombe - William Robert Loosley

Hull - William Wilberforce

Ipswich - Golden Lion

Islington - Glass Works

Lichfield - Gatehouse

Lincoln - Forum

Maidenhead – Greyhound

Mansfield - Stag & Pheasant

Milton Keynes - David Garrick

Mitcham - White Lion of Mortimer

Newbury - Diamond Tap

Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Union Rooms

Newport - Tom Toya Lewis

Newquay - Cribbar

North Finchley - Tally Ho

Nuneaton - Felix Holt

Putney - Railway

Reading - Monks’ Retreat

Rugby - Lawrence Sheriff

Sittingbourne - Summoner

Stirling – (Proposed pub and hotel site)

Sunderland - Lambton Worm

Swindon - Groves Company Inn

Tamworth - Silk Kite

Torquay - London Inn

Trowbridge - Sir Isaac Pitman

Walsall - Imperial

Walton on Thames - Regent

West Kirby - Dee Hotel

Worthing - Sir Timothy Shelley