It's final call for the Wallington Arms.

The town centre pub announced earlier this week that after tomorrow it will be closed for good.

"It's been our absolute pleasure to serve the best customers around," the pub's Twitter account wrote.

"Sunday 7th July is our last day. We'll be closing our doors.

"We'll miss all of you. Hopefully you'll see some of us at the other @antic pubs around the area!"

This news left residents devastated as yet another boozer goes by the wayside.

Tony Walker from the Rum and Reggae Boys band were due to play the pub this coming New Years.

Now they won't get that chance.

"It was the first place we played as a band," he told the Sutton Guardian.

"Paul, our singer had been there several times on their open mic night, assisting Chloe Ray. We got the offer of a gig and played there several times over the past year, and were booked for this coming New Year's Eve.

"The place was great and we enjoyed the atmosphere every time we were there, even went there for birthday meals.

"It was an old fashioned welcoming pub, even though the decor was super eclectic."

The pub added on another Twitter post that the reason for the closure was simply a "corporate decision, building sold."