Mystery surrounds the future of a historic Burnley club which first opened its doors in 1920.
Dickie Pinks, formerly Whittlefield Conservative Club, in Dale Street, has been put up for sale with Blackburn-based Thomas V. Shaw & Co Ltd with an asking price of £155,000.
The club is described in the details as a profitable business with a number of items included such as two snooker tables and gaming machine.
Dickie Pinks was named after a local newspaper seller who used to sit outside.
It was saved from demolition in 1993.