A community centre not used since before the pandemic is to go under the hammer at auction.
New Road Community Centre opened in Minster, Sheppey, back in 2008.
For more than 10 years it was used for a variety of functions including weddings, children's parties and by sports clubs.
However, it has not been used since before lockdown and has not reopened since.
Yet despite overgrown shrubbery and looking in need of repair, attempts to revive the building to its former glory are under way.
Described as somewhere "with potential", the single-storey prefabricated building with a flat roof has a main hall, three side rooms, a store, kitchen and toilets.
The 485 sq m site also has a forecourt with nearby off-street parking and an enclosed area at the back.
It is due to go up for auction in the near future with auctioneers Clive Emson.
It was meant to be included in the sale on Wednesday (November 1) but it was withdrawn on the instructions of Swale council.
A spokesman said: "The council withdrew the property from this auction due to a legal process which was not completed in time to meet the auctioneer’s time frame.
"We intend to place the property in the next available auction once these processes are completed.”
A guide price or date for when it goes under the hammer is not yet known.