Yet another city pub has closed its doors as it goes on the market.

Norwich's Edith Cavell pub in Tombland reopened under Andrew McNeil in May last year, but has now announced it is "temporarily closed" on its Facebook and Instagram pages.

The pub only reopened for the first time since it closed as the Prime steak restaurant two years ago, in May 2021.

Signs on the pub state it is looking for a new publican, with a rental listing of £42,500 per annum.

Norwich Evening News:

The listing claims the pub has a potential turnover of £437,000 per annum.

It reads: "The Edith Cavell has had a recent refurbishment which is evident both internally and externally and is now a hotspot for a relaxing social drink.

"It is vital that the new publican is able to carry on the success of this pub whilst creating new and exciting ideas that fit the environment of this historic Tombland area of Norwich.

"Unfortunately, due to the location of the premises, the Edith Cavell does not have any external areas for service or car parking.

Norwich Evening News:

"The private accommodation is very compact and comprises of one bedroom with a bathroom and an additional room that could be utilised as a living or dining room.

"Although not currently used, it could suit a live-in manager."

Mr McNeil has been contacted for comment.

It comes just months after Mr McNeil's other pub The York closed in January citing rising costs and more conservative punters.

Norwich Evening News:

He said in January: "Due to the ongoing financial pressures of running a business, we have sadly reached the very hard decision that it is no longer possible for us to continue with The York."

Other pubs to have closed this year include the Green Dragon in Wymondham, Sole and Heel in Rackheath and the King's Head in Hethersett.