A weekly newspaper office has failed to sell after going to auction last week.
The Bridlington Free Press’s building on Prospect Street went to a property auction with a reserve price of £120,000 but was not sold and remains on the market.
HTFP reported earlier this year that the title had put its offices up for sale for £185,000 because the premises were “too big for our requirements”.
At the time, the paper said it was looking for new premises in the seaside town and its reporters would be out in the community more as they prepared to leave the old building.
The building is one of one of many across the UK which regional publisher Johnston Press is trying to sell, which could raise more than £8m in total.
On a JP property website, the Free Press’ base is described as a mid-terrace two-storey building with shops on the ground floor and first floor offices.