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Sunday Lunch Menu

We serve a Sunday Lunch special set menu each week – where you can choose one course for just £9.50 or two for £13.95.

Our usual menu is always available, including all-day farmhouse breakfasts and other popular choices, but our choice of Sunday Roasts and other specials is also now available for you as a set choice.

Click on the link below to have a sneaky peek at this week’s Sunday Menu and then call 01704 894889, email or just pop in and see us.

Click below to see the menu (will open another page).

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Free Wine With Three Course Easter Sunday Menu

easter bunnyEveryone eating a three-course meal will get a free glass of wine on Easter Sunday.

The Farm Burscough has created a delightful Easter Sunday menu. You can choose from two or three courses for just £14.95 or £17.95 and bookings are being taken now.

Click on the link below to have a sneaky peek at our Easter Sunday Menu and then simply call, email or pop in and see us to book your table.

The menu will be served throughout Easter Sunday (April 20). Free wine offer applies to three-course orders only.

Click below to see the menu (will open another page).

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Christmas Set Meals Throughout December – Book Now!

Bookings are now being taken for our Christmas Menu which will be served throughout December.

Our fantastic two or three-course meal is available every day from December 1, through to December 23, and anyone from single diners through to larger groups can come along or book in to enjoy it. We recommend that larger groups reserve a table in advance.

With two courses just £15.50 and three for £18.50 you can enjoy a real festive treat from our specially created homecooked menu.

You can enjoy the Christmas menu in our fantastic 18th Century barn tea room / restaurant and, for larger groups, also make use of our beautiful gallery area above.

Why not pop in and have a chat with us about your arrangements, talk to us on 01704 894889 or email

To view or download the menu click on the link below.

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Summer on The Farm

Its been a lovely summer so far at The Farm Burscough so we thought we should share some of our pics from the last few weeks.

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Among The Best In Lancashire

Freda and Cathy celebrate their latest award.

Freda and Cathy celebrate their latest award.

Our tea-room / restaurant has been ranked among the best eateries in the county.

The Farm Burscough has won the coveted “Highest Quality Assured Award” from tourist board Visit Lancashire – for the second year running. 

The award acknowledges that the Farm has shown excellence in customer service and food and drink provision. 

The judges decided that the tearoom/restaurant again provided a consistently high quality eating experience while using locally sourced and homegrown produce. 

The award assessment was carried out by a mystery diner, to gain a true perception of the venue, and the business was marked against a series of stringent criteria. 

The Highest Quality Assured Award is given to eateries achieving only the top scores as part of the assessment. 

Freda Neale, of the Farm Burscough, said: “We get many lovely comments from our customers about the quality of our food and service. People always seem to enjoy visiting us on the farm and that means a lot. But it is also great that we have been officially recognised again in this way. 

“To be considered one of the best in Lancashire is fantastic for us as and the fact that the assessment was done in secret makes it even more relevant. 

“I hope that us getting another award again reminds Lancastrians of the quality establishments they have on their doorsteps – especially down on the Farm!” 

The Farm Burscough is a homely tearoom restaurant and farm shop in a renovated 18th Century brick-barn in the heart of West Lancashire. The building, on Martin Lane, also houses a small rural four-star, bed and breakfast.


Have A Drink On Us For Farmhouse Breakfast Week

Cathy With A Proper Breakfast

Cathy With A Proper Breakfast

You can celebrate Farmhouse Breakfast Week with us from Sunday, January 20, as we offer our customers a free drink with every cooked breakfast.

Anyone having a plated breakfast in the tearoom will get a free hot drink of their choice until the end of January. Those having a larger breakfast will also get a free glass of juice as well.

Farmhouse Breakfast Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast and demonstrate the variety of breakfast foods available in the UK.

All stages of the food chain, from farmers to food producers and retailers to consumers are being encouraged to hold events to promote the importance of starting the day with breakfast and to celebrate the wealth of wonderful breakfast produce available around the country.

The Farm Burscough has always supported the event over the years and has carried out charity farm walks and other events,  including creating breakfast specials from around the world.

We may also come up with a few different specials during the week this year, but don’t worry, you will still be able to choose from our usual Farm Burscough breakfast menu including our popular Full English and Vegetarian Full English.breakfastweek_1331307171_600

Co-owner of the Farm, Cathy Grice, said: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we have always got through to lunchtime, here on the farm, by having a decent breakfast.

“Whether it is a bacon butty, Full English or a bowl of porridge the British are among the best in the world at breakfast and farmers are true lovers of a hearty start to the day. We look forward to seeing you soon and come and have drink with us.”

Our free drink promotion runs from Sunday, January 20, til Thursday, January 31.


Annual Pumpkin Competition Launched

WINNER: An amazing entry from the Livesley Family last year.

We are encouraging people to sharpen their knives for Halloween – with the launch of our third annual pumpkin carving competition.

With an incredible response over the last two years, The Farm Burscough, is once again asking artistic vegetable fans to come up with their best design.            

Children, big and small, are being encouraged to carve their most scary and creative Halloween pumpkins to stand a chance of a selection of prizes from the farm – including an overnight stay in our 4 star B&B and a family meal for four in our tea room restaurant.


To stand a chance of winning you simply need to bring along your carved pumpkins to The Farm Burscough, on Martin Lane, Burscough, between Monday, October 22, and October 30, for judging to take place. 

The designs will be judged in age categories and then an overall winner and second place will be selected on Halloween, October 31.

Pumpkin Man making a coffee


Cathy Grice, of the Farm Burscough, said: “We had an amazing variety of designs last year with some very detailed carvings. The entries were so impressive that we decided to make this an annual competition. 

“It started off as a bit of fun and we had a go at making our own spooky designs using our own home-grown pumpkins. But there seems to be a particular talent for pumpkin carving in West Lancashire and many of our customer put us to shame – so we are hoping for another fine crop of entries this year!

“There are some great recipes using pumpkins so you can have great fun carving and also end up with a tasty treat as well!”


Dry Enough for Combining at Last

Finally we have managed to get some grain out of the fields and into the barn.

The recent wet weather has meant that we have had to hold off with the harvest until the wheat is dry and ground is firm enough to get the combine and tractors into the field without getting stuck.

As you can see our harvester is not exactly the most up to date model!! But it has done a great job in the hands of David. Hope you enjoy the pics of a fantastic summer scene – shame it’s autumn!!



William got back from the first day at school to see some of the harvest

The two Williams cart off another load

Gun Slinger David takes his cowboy dust mask-look a bit too far.


We Welcome England’s Greatest Fan

Rachel during her stay at The Farm

England’s official “biggest fan” has been staying at The Farm Burscough as part of a national tour of the country.

Rachel Kershaw from Lancashire is taking part in an all-expenses paid 70-day trip around the country after winning a competition run by 

As England’s biggest fan, Rachel is exploring the places in England which are being illuminated by the torch as it winds its way to the Olympic opening ceremony.

Driving the length and breadth of England in a classic VW camper van Rachel stayed on the Farm Burscough campsite to tour the area in the second week of her ten-week tour.

During her trip Rachel is telling the world about her discoveries through Twitter, @faninavan which The Farm Burscough is also following. 

COOL BRITANIA: Olympic World Record on Crosby Beach

With the torch going through the village last week, the amazing Olympic Ring world record on Crosby beach and all the Jubilee celebrations the Fan in The Van couldnt have chosen a better time to visit our area. We also sent them off with a jar of our own homemade Lemon Curd this morning – does life get any better!!


With This Ring….

The source of the screetching in the barn has now been discovered as our two new Tawny Owl chicks showed their faces for the first time.

With help from the “Scouse Ringer” we were able to have a close look at the two balls of fluff as they were ringed as part of a national scheme to help track and preserve our precious birdlife.

As you can see from the pictures the chicks are developing well and will soon be ready to start coming out of the nest on their own.

This is the third year in a row that Tawny Owls have bred successfully in the barn and we will now maintain a distant watch over them as they grow up and become self-sufficient. Shouldn’t be too long before they make a go of it for themselves and take to the branches in our trees. Enjoy the pics! Find out more about bird conservation at