One of Norfolk's oldest pubs is looking for new tenants for the second time this year as its current landlords prepare to depart after just seven months.

The Green Dragon in Wymondham, which dates back to the 14th century and is a grade-II listed building, is back on the market following its short tenure under the owners of the Cellar House in Eaton. 

Victoria and Grahame Macdonald took over the premises in late March after publican Jill Tickle decided to leave the business.

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: The Green Dragon was taken over in March from former owner Jill TickleThe Green Dragon was taken over in March from former owner Jill Tickle (Image: Newsquest)

In March, it was said the pair would bring "many years of experience in the trade to the new venture which they hope to make a continued success".

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But now the pub is listed again with Admiral Taverns for an investment cost of £22,500, telling patrons on social media that it will be serving its final week until Sunday.

"We have been on a short-term agreement with Admiral Taverns but for a number of reasons we have decided not to sign the long-term agreement," a spokesman said.

It is currently unknown if the pub has secured new tenants or for how long it may be closed.