Wetherspoon pubs across north London are still up for sale, months after going on the market.

A commercial decision was made by the chain last year to sell some of its pubs across the country.

They will all continue to operate as Wetherspoon outlets until they are sold.

The Alfred Herring in Palmers Green and The Coronet in Islington are both still up for sale.

The Moon on the Hill in Harrow was also set to be sold, but the chain confirmed in June that it was removed from the market.

A total of 29 Wetherspoon pubs have already closed after they were put up for sale, including The Toll Gate in Hornsey and The Angel in Islington.

According to JDW Disposals, which lists the pubs identified for disposal, the sales represent “a rare opportunity to acquire substantial, landmark public houses with a high standard of fit out”.  

The chain, founded by businessman Tim Martin, operates around 800 pubs around the UK and Ireland.