JD Wetherspoon is not opening in former Hunstanton bank
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JD Wetherspoon says it has no plans to open a pub in Hunstanton.
The chain has been rumoured around the town to be buying the former NatWest branch, on Northgate, which closed in June.
Its website says: 'We consider pubs, bars, restaurants, hotels, churches, banks, cinemas, theatres, bingo halls, retail units.'
But today a spokesman said it was not purchasing the property.
Agent GVA, which is marketing the former bank for £350,000, describes it as 'a period building in a prominent corner position'.
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It also says the building would 'lend itself to residential conversion'.
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