Wetherspoons names 'all' 36 pubs in England set to close - full list of locations

Wetherspoons has named all 36 pubs in England set to close. The pub giant, which operates pubs and boozers across Birmingham, is set to swing the door shut on a whopping 36 sites as it puts boozers up for sale up and down the country.

Tim Martin, JD Wetherspoon's chairman, commented: "The gradual recovery in sales and profits, following the pandemic, has continued in the current financial year." He added: "Total sales are, again, at record levels, with fewer pubs. Sales per pub are approximately 21 percent higher than pre-pandemic levels, which has helped to compensate for the very substantial increase in costs."

"For example, compared to the 2019 financial year, labour in this financial year has increased by approximately £164 million, energy by £28 million, repairs (also affected by labour costs) by £38 million and interest (excluding IFRS 16 interest) by £16 million."

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Wetherspoons up for sale in alphabetical order according to location:

The Pontlottyn, Abertillery

The Ivor Davies, Cardiff

Spa Lane Vaults, Chesterfield

The Gate House, Doncaster

The Market Cross, Holywell

The Regent, Kirkby in Ashfield

The Mockbeggar Hall, Moreton

The Hain Line, St Ives

The Sir Norman Rae, Shipley

The Sir Daniel Arms, Swindon

The White Hart, Todmorden

Lord Arthur Lee, Fareham

The Plough and Harrow, London

Resolution, Middlesbrough

Sennockian, Sevenoaks

Wetherspoons under offer:

Asparagus - Battersea

The Saltoun Inn - Fraserburgh

The Percy Shaw - Halifax

The Alfred Herring - Palmers Green

Wrong ‘Un - Bexleyheath

Wetherspoons officially closed already:

The John Masefield, New Ferry

Angel, Islington

The Silkstone Inn, Barnsley

The Billiard Hall, West Bromwich

Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis, Southampton

The Colombia Press, Watford

The Malthouse, Willenhall

The John Masefield, New Ferry

Thomas Leaper, Derby

Cliftonville, Hove

Tollgate, Harringay

Last Post, Loughton

Harvest Moon, Orpington

Alexander Bain, Wick

Chapel an Gansblydhen, Bodmin

Moon on the Square, Basildon

Coal Orchard, Taunton

Running Horse, Airside Doncaster Airport

Wild Rose, Bootle

Edmund Halley, Lee Green

The Willow Grove, Southport

Postal Order, Worcester

North and South Wales Bank, Wrexham

The Sir John Stirling Maxwell, Glasgow

The Knight's Templar, London

Christopher Creeke, Bournemouth

The Water House, Durham

The Widow Frost, Mansfield

The Worlds Inn, Romford

Hudson Bay, Forest Gate

The Saltoun Inn, Fraserburgh

The Bankers Draft, Eltham, London

The Sir John Arderne, Newark

The Capitol, Forest Hill

Moon and Bell, Loughborough

Nightjar, Ferndown

General Sir Redvers Buller, Crediton

The Rising Sun, Redditch

The Butler's Bell, Stafford

Millers Well, East Ham

The Coronet, London