Southport & West Lancs CAMRA. Branch Social to Ormskirk by bus. Saturday 16th July.
Catch the 11:08 375 from Lord St (Travelodge) arriving 11:51. Return buses at; 17:54, 18:54, 19:15, 19:40, 20:05, 21:25 & 22:25. The last bus arrives in Southport for 10:59 (Eastbank St) for onward connections if required. There is a late bus at 23:25 arriving Southport 23:59.
1. Cricketers, 24 Chapel Street, Ormskirk. L39 4QF. Situated close to Ormskirk town centre the pub prides itself on both quality food and cask ales.
2. Greyhound Inn, 100 Aughton Street, Ormskirk. L39 3BS. A community pub just a short distance from the train and bus route.
3. Golden Lion,41 Moor Street, Ormskirk. L39 2AA. The three hand-pulls serve varying national beers.
4. Queens Head, 30 Moor Street, Ormskirk. L39 2AQ. Recently re-opened under new management and now serving 3 cask beers,
5. Tap Room No 12, 12 Burscough Street, Ormskirk. L39 2ER. A shop conversion to a single room bar featuring 4 cask ales.
6. Court Leet, 4, Wheatsheaf Walk, Ormskirk. L39 2XA. Wetherspoon pub is situated in the centre of Ormskirk in a small courtyard area.
7. Market Cross, (formerly Disraeli’s), 26 Church Street, Ormskirk. L39 3AN. A warm welcoming pub with excellent food,
8. Hayfield, 22 County Road, Ormskirk. L39 1NN. Just outside the main town centre, this lovely old building has a large beer garden.
9. Yew Tree, Grimshaw Lane, Ormskirk. L39 1PD. A long established local community pub on the outskirts of Ormskirk.
10. Railway, 17 Derby Street, Ormskirk. L39 2BJ. Single-roomed friendly pub, close to bus and rail stations.
More details available on whatpub (https://whatpub.com). Ten pubs in total, you don’t have to visit them all! If large numbers support this trip it is suggested to split into small groups to avoid wasting drinking time queueing at the bar.