The Organ Inn in Warminster appears to have temporarily closed again while waiting for new management to take over.

The pub’s management put up a post on their social media site on December 31 saying they would be closed in January and new management would be taking over.

The post said: “Would like to thank you all for your support in 2023. We will be closed in January and waiting for confirmation of new management to take over in February.

“We will keep you all updated. Best wishes from Kev, H and all the team.”

As of Sunday (February 11), there was no update, and a new message said: “Sorry everyone. I have no update for you. Thank you for your patience.”

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The Organ Inn reopened in 2006 under its original name after being closed for 93 years.

The popular pub's former owners were forced to close the doors in 2020 after 14 years as the UK’s hospitality industry was hit by the first Covid-19 lockdown.

However, it reopened in November 2022 as a pub offering one real ale from the Stonehenge Brewery.

The Organ Inn offered a 1960s vibe, with live music and no jukebox or gaming machines.