Situated on the A59 between both Liverpool and Preston lays Burscough. Burscough is a beautiful large village within west Lancashire that lays claims to being a wonderful part of history for the local area.
The wharf then started to come together as a community and many different styles of companies set up on the wharf as a unique setting for many shops and restaurants including us, The Blue Mallard!
After you have looked around the wonderful neighbouring stores why not stop by for a refreshing drink, a delicious meal and a nice relax. Simply reserve your table here.
Looking for something to do within the local area but aren’t entirely sure what to do? Visit the Chapel Gallery, their programme brings innovative contemporary art and craft to the local region.
They support local artists in the development of their carriers by letting them show their beautiful art to the locals and tourists.
They have a gallery full of wonderful art work as well as their contemporary art centre and craft shop. Chapel Gallery is perfect for family days out as they have many activities throughout the year that will keep the young minds absorbed.
After you have finished creating or viewing the masterpieces be sure to visit our restaurant. Unwind with an exquisite meal whilst you and the whole family relax. Simply book your table here.
The Yellow Hammer walking route in Ormskirk
The Yellow Hammer walking route in Ormksirk is a very good reason to get out and about and explore the breathtaking area.
The walking route starts and finishes at Ormskirk railway station or bus station taking you through the historical town centre and out and about in the picturesque countrysides.
If walking around beautiful countrysides is something you are interested in then you must try this walk! Simply follow the map in conjunction with the public footpath signs on the ground and you will see Ormskirk for all its beauty.
After you have finished the tour make sure you come and visit the beautiful Wharf. Sit back, relax and enjoy a mouthwatering meal and a well deserved drink in our homely restaurant. Simply reserve your table here.
Walking Routes in Ormskirk | The Yellow Hammer Walking Route
Father’s Day on Sunday 19th June, is celebrated worldwide to recognise the contribution that fathers and father figures make to the lives of their children.
Enjoy a wonderful Father’s Day meal at The Blue Mallard in Burscough to say a big thank you for everything that they do, or why not buy a gift voucher?
Tables sell out very quickly, so please remember to book in advance to ensure your table is reserved, by calling The Blue Mallard team on 01704 893954 or book online here.
Father’s Day in Burscough – The Blue Mallard
Ormskirk Golf Club
Ormskirk Golf Club was founded back in 1899 after several local businessmen got together and decided to form a golf club in Ormskirk.
The beautiful building and surroundings have been a massive part of the local history throughout the last couple of centuries.
This 18-hole golf club has undergone 2 reconstructions since it first opened and continues to grow to this day.
If you are part of the golf club then join us after your next game of golf for an exquisite meal accompanied with a few glasses of wine or beer. Simply reserve your table here.
This is our way of giving back to our customers as this exclusive club allows diners to receive a wealth of benefits including discounts and early access to our upcoming events. Members also receive a Blue Mallard keyring complete with unique identification which serves as your proof of membership.
Exclusive Blue keyrings cost just £5 and can be purchased from the restaurant. We have an initial run of 300 available and 50 of our allocation have already gone, so we recommend purchasing as soon as possible to guarantee your membership!
Exclusive offers in Burscough – The Blue Mallard
Terms and conditions:
Offers can be changed or revoked at any time. All Exclusive Club offers cannot be used on certain dates including but not limited to: Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day or Themed Evenings. Cannot be used for our Wednesday Wine and Dine offer or our 2 for £10 lunch offer, they also can only be used for tables of up to 6 people. Proof of membership (Blue Mallard keyring) must be presented in order to redeem offer. Keyring cannot be shared with friends or family. Keyrings, including replacements, cost £5. Booking availability not guaranteed. Manager’s decision is final.
We are delighted to announce that yet again we have received a Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor. This is our 3rd year running so we would like to say a huge thank you to you all.
This is awarded to only a small proportion of the many hundreds of thousands of restaurants across the world, so we are very grateful to all the people who have left such positive reviews for us.
This is a fantastic accolade as it has been voted for by the people we value the most to let us know how we are doing to provide you with the best food, dining experience and events – YOU.
Thanks again to everyone who has helped us on the journey and we look forward to giving you outstanding dining experiences each and every time you visit.
Happy 4th Birthday to us at The Blue Mallard!
WOW! It’s our 4th birthday on February 6th and to celebrate, we have created an 8 course tasting menu.
The menu has been planned to perfection and will take you on a unique culinary journey showcasing the best of The Blue Mallard from the past four years.
We have also matched a selection of special wines to complement the different courses.
You can view the spectacular tasting menu by clicking here.
The exclusive invites will be arriving shortly, saying a BIG thank you for all of your support and loyalty to Chris and all the Blue Mallard team. We do hope you all will be able to join us on the 6th February for this very special birthday.
The Blue Mallard – 4th Birthday
On Monday 9th February, The Blue Mallard are holding a private function for Burscough Heritage Group.
History of Burscough Heritage Group
Burscough Heritage Group was formed in 2010 as an offshoot of a Parish Council Scheme. They have since been promoting the history of the village across the county. During meetings they discuss memories, collects old pictures and regularly hosts guests speakers.
One of their big aims is to document the social history of the village. Members have interviewed long-standing people from the community but are also speaking to the younger generation to make sure they compile their own memories for future reflection.
The chairman Mike Allen said “The group aims to collect and collate history about Burscough and the canal and bring it back to the community through displays and talks.”
“I’m not a local person; I have been living in the village for about five years and the first year I was involved was in 2011”
“It blew me away and it is nice to be in a position when you live in an area to give back to the community and I enjoyed every minute since”
If you would like to join the society email Mike Allen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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