THE FUTURE of a popular Fernhill Heath pub which closed its doors on Sunday has been revealed.

The White Hart's former landlords Jim and Helen Godwin have left the pub and the parent company are now looking for new landlords.

The pub, on Droitwich Road, was especially famous for its roast dinners, with lots of people making the commute for the meal on Sundays.

The website for the pub has since been removed and the social media pages are also.

Ed Passey, Operations Director at Punch Pubs, thanked the previous landlords and wished them luck in their future endeavours.

He said: “We would like to extend our thanks to Jim and Helen for their years of dedication and service to the White Hart and the surrounding community. We wish them all the very best for the future."

“We recognise the importance of the White Hart as a hub for the local neighbourhood and would like to assure guests that the pub will be re-opening as soon as possible with a new Management Partner at the helm.

"They look forward to welcoming the pub staff into the business and ensuring the White Hart remains at the heart of the community for many years to come.”

Punch is a pub company in the UK with around 1,250 pubs in England, Scotland and Wales.