The historic home of two sister weeklies has been put up for sale following a property review by their publisher.
The Grade II-listed building was designed by Hans Price and opened in July 1885.
Staff from the Mercury and Times will be moving to a new site in the town once a suitable office has been found.
In a piece about the office going on the market, the Mercury said the move had been made following a “property review” by Archant.
HTFP has approached the publisher for further information on whether other offices are affected.
Editor Vicky Angear said: “Even though we will be moving out of our office in the town centre, we want to stress that we remain committed to a future in Weston.
“The search is now on for new premises, as we look for a site in Weston at the heart of the communities we serve.”