A TOWN centre pub in Huddersfield is changing hands.
Bosses of The Court House at Queen Street were yesterday tight-lipped about the future of the business.
Owners, the Laurel Pub Company, are exchanging contracts with another bar operator.
A Laurel spokesman said: "We do not know what their intentions are."
The pub next to the Lawrence Batley Theatre opened in 1994 in the town's old County Court building.
It brewed its own beer on the premises until 2000.
In recent years it has faced increased competition with the opening of more pubs and clubs in town. Its open-air seating is popular in the summer months.