A roadside sign representing more than 240 years of inn keeping in Kent is to be auctioned for charity.
There has been an inn on the site in Kent for at least 242 years
The former Windmill pub in Waterloo Road, Cranbrook, recently reopened as the Terracotta Italian restaurant after standing empty for several months.
Owner Paolo Nota said he wanted the "important piece of local history" to be sold in aid of Kent Air Ambulance.
"Everyone in the area knows the Windmill pub... we thought it [the sign] should be put to good use."
An inn has been on the site for at least 242 years, and experts believe it probably took its name from a nearby ancient windmill, which has since been demolished.
The old pub sign will be sold by Bentleys auctioneers, in Cranbrook, within the next two months.