A Wetherspoon pub is set to shut its doors for good in ten days time.

The chain has confirmed that the final day of trading for The Coronet in Holloway Road is December 10.

Wetherspoon announced in September last year that it was making a “commercial decision” to list the pub for sale.

The much-loved former cinema has since found a new owner, having been bought by David Nourani, the chief executive of DN Property London, for an undisclosed sum.

More than 30 pubs in London have been sold to the property tycoon, including former Wetherspoon pub The Tollgate in Turnpike Lane.

Confirming the closure date today (November 30), Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon said: “We would like to thank our loyal and wonderful staff and customers for their dedicated work and custom over the years.”

Wetherspoon previously said that that all staff would be retained or offered alternative roles within the chain.

Following sale of the pub, David Nourani of DN Property London said: “The Coronet is steeped in so much history that it would have been scandalous if it had been allowed to close.

“My intention is that it will continue as a public house, with exciting plans for a delicate and sensitive renovation."

The Coronet, designed by architect William Glenn, first opened its doors as the Savoy Cinema in 1940, before becoming a pub in 1983.