The Cricketers

The Cricketers

The Cricketers - Credit: Archant

Like The Ship, The Cricketers in Ormskirk is traditional and stylish. You can enjoy locally sourced, fresh food in comfortable surroundings which includes a lovely private dining area for up to ten people...

The Cricketers Food

The Cricketers Food - Credit: Archant

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The Cricketers is situated on Chapel Street where the Ruff Lane and Chapel Street conservation areas meet, and has undergone a stunning refurbishment, creating a fitting gateway to this delightful enclave in the heart of west Lancashire’s favourite market town.

In elegant yet cosy surroundings, you can enjoy simple pub classics or the specialities of Head Chef Tom Wells & Team, maybe trying a seasonal favourite or one of their innovative daily specials.

To accompany your meal you can choose from a fine selection of quality wines, real ales, continental lagers, craft beers, whiskies and barista coffees served by mine host Dave Speak and his welcoming team.

Whilst you’re there, try to make time to have a look at the memorabilia around the walls. They provide fascinating glimpses into the history of the town, the county and - of course - their cricket clubs.

Whether it is a light lunch or a 3 course gourmet meal, The Cricketers provides the perfect location. The private areas and separate club lounge dining room, can be booked out for special occasions or business meetings, and bespoke menus can be created by the talented kitchen team. If you’re in a rush, feel free to ring through your order in the morning and we will have it ready for a set time- perfect if you’re visiting on a lunch break or just have a busy schedule.

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The Cricketers is proud to support local charities and events. The Ormskirk Motorfest in August is a highlight in the calendar, with the Cricketers proud to sponsor this outstanding event. Equally, the Gourmet Evenings, held in support of The Tom Church Foundation, are definitely worth looking out for!

24 Chapel Street,



L39 4QF

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