About The Plough

Chris & Kelly are pleased to be Landlords of the best and only pub in Grimsargh, if you have not visited us recently you are in for a real treat. We are all about good food, good beer, and a friendly atmosphere. The Plough remains a real pub, where you are just as welcome to enjoy a decent pint of bitter at the bar or a bite to eat ranging from our grazing snack menu to fine three course meal. We look forward to welcoming you, your family and friends in the near future to enjoy spending some time with us

Our pub is lovely, but it is our people that make it stand out. The Plough is a well-loved “local” to its regulars, as well as offering a warm welcome to every new face. We believe every village deserves a great pub. Well-kept beer, a quality steak cooked by a proper chef and a glass of decent wine is a recipe for happiness, especially when served with a kind word and a sense of fun.

See you soon, Chris, Kelly and the team

“ENTER AS A STRANGER LEAVE AS A FRIEND”

FOOD & DRINK

We are great believers in keeping our food produce local.

We serve the good stuff. All our meat is of the highest quality, supplied from the traditional family butchers Honeywells Farm Shop in Woodplumpton. Our quality vegetables delivered daily from the long established family run Ribble Farm Fare in Longridge. The variety of seafood on offer is brought fresh from My Fish in Fleetwood to ensure it reaches your plate in its best condition. The Longridge ice cream, homemade sorbets and Lancashire crisps all come from Hills Fine foods.

CASK ALES

Up to five well-kept real ales are on tap at the Plough. We have earned Cask Marque accreditation for our great quality ale. We also support the Campaign for real ale CAMRA by discounting a pint of real ale by 20p a pint or 10p a half for CAMRA members (Does not apply to Wetlands Ale). Most of our cask beers change offering a great variety, but to keep consistency and a few locals happy you can always find Timothy Taylors Landlord and our own Grimsargh Wetlands Ale, where 20p a pint is contributed towards the upkeep and development of the Grimsargh Wetlands that is situated at the rear of the pub.

For more information on the Wetlands please visit https://en-gb.facebook.com/grimsarghwetlands/

WINE

We are pleased to be associated with our wine merchant C&O Wines, which was founded in 1973, importing exclusive hand-crafted wines from some of the world’s greatest wineries.   Each of our wines are selected to allow us to pack our list with a great range of top quality and interesting wines. Let us help you choose something delicious to match your mood or your food.

SPIRITS

We are serious about our spirits too. Gin and Rum are our current favorites for pouring. Try a recommended pour from our Gin Menu or make up your own from our range of Gins, mixers and garnishes. We hold a good selection of dark, spiced and white rums which is forever growing as the requests keep flooding in. We also have a range of blended and single malt whisky’s where there should be something for all tastes.


More reasons to visit The Plough

Dogs Welcome

Dog Friendly

We are dog Friendly and they are more than welcome on a lead in the bar area where there are water bowls and dog treats available.
The Plough Gift Voucher

Gift Vouchers

Gift Vouchers can be purchased at the puib in any denomination. The vouchers are available to use for food or drink or both at the Plough.

Diamond Club

Join the club for member benefits 20% off all food Mon-Fri from 12pm to 4:30pm

Parking

We have ample car parking to the side of our premises.

OUR PEOPLE

We pride ourselves on our staff retention rate in all of our years in the industry, many of whom have become part of our larger family. We have worked with some great people over the years and we still strive to make the team at The Plough the best around promoting our casual but professional and friendly service.


10 Things To Do In Grimsargh

1.) Grimsargh Farmers Market creates a community buzz, pulling in visitors as well as locals to sample the delights of Lancashire farmers’ produce, browse the crafts and stock up on artisan food and drink including meats, cheeses, cakes, chocolate and ice cream. The markets take place every third Saturday of each month (except January).

2.) Grimsargh Wetlands, provides a peaceful haven for wildlife lovers, with up to 125 species of birds spotted at the nature site. A short amble from the centre of Grimsargh, the reservoirs are a lovely spot to enjoy at sunrise or sunset.

3.) Grimsargh Hall is the base for a multitude of community and sporting clubs for all ages to suit all hobbies and interests. Dig In, Gardening Club, Women’s Institute, Lacemaking classes and football make up some of the activities to get involved with in the Village.

4.) Brockholes Nature Reserve is a short drive away, and is a great spot for families with its playground and café which serves delicious homemade food and ice cream.

5.) Looking for some architectural history? St Michael’s Church is in the village of Grimsargh, It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Grimsargh, the archdeaconry of Preston, and the diocese of Blackburn. The church is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building.

6.) Grimsargh Field Day is an annual event bringing the whole community together in the heart of the village. Commencing with the parade, the day is packed full of fete-style activities and shows, including bake-off, Rose Queen procession, dog agility show, live music and birds of prey that attracts locals and visitors from surrounding towns to join in the fun.

7.) Another gem of a spot, Forest of Bowland is worth the short drive out for Ribble Valley farmland and river walking.

8.) Seasonal events take place in Grimsargh, all led by volunteers keeping community tradition and values thriving. The Grimsargh Village Community Association organises the Flower, Produce and Handicraft Show that’s worth a visit.

9.) Historic towns of Clitheroe and Longridge are a pleasant drive out of Grimsargh and have plenty to explore, including Clitheroe Castle and Museum and Longridge’s centre of boutique shops, cafés and restaurants.

10.) No need to look further than Grimsargh’s village green for a popular children’s play area, wildlife garden and charming willow arbours, or relax in the sunshine watching the local cricket team.