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The local area guide to living in Ormskirk

Ormskirk is one of West Lancashire’s popular market towns, with a biweekly market that has been running since 1286. While it boasts a comprehensive range of shops and amenities, it’s also close to major cities and towns including, Liverpool, Preston, and the seaside town of Seaport. Within the town itself, you’ll find a variety of retail stores and a choice of parks - including the child-friendly Coronation Park - as well as all essential amenities like banks, cafés, and schools.

The town is known for its gingerbread, thanks to one of the popular 19th century traditions where the local women would bake gingerbread and take it to the staging inns to sell to their customers. Other traditions here include the market, which takes place in the heart of the town centre, and the annual Ormskirk MotorFest; a free motoring festival held annually on the bank holiday weekend.

Information about the local residents

Ormskirk’s population was last recorded at 24,196 in the 2011 census. Unlike the rest of West Lancashire, which has a generally ageing population, Ormskirk boasts a younger population with a higher level of 18-24 year olds than the surrounding towns. Of those working, the majority are in full-time work (approximately 68%) and the rest in part-time occupations.

The largest proportion of residents here work in supervisory or clerical roles, junior management roles, administration, or professional occupations. This reflects the types of businesses in the town itself, which include professional and financial services together with solicitors, estate agents, architects and accountants. While the area was once known for its manufacturing background, much of this industry has now disappeared and moved elsewhere.

Nearby schools

Whether you’re looking for primary or secondary school education, you’ll find a variety of good schools in the market town of Ormskirk. There are 18 schools here in total, 15 of which are primary schools. Those rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted include Ormskirk Asmall Primary School and Aughton Christ Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School. Primary schools rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted include Burscough Bridge Methodist School and Aughton Town Green Primary School.

When it comes to secondary school and further education opportunities, there are three choices in Ormskirk. The secondary schools include St Bede's Catholic High School, Burscough Priory Science College and Ormskirk School. All three establishments were rated ‘Good’ in their last Ofsted inspection report.

Getting around

One of the best things about Ormskirk is the close proximity to other cities and towns. Best of all, it’s easy to get in and around the town and Lancashire too, thanks to good road links. The A59 offers easy transportation to Preston and Liverpool, while the A570, located just a few miles from the town centre provides the main link to the national motorway network.

Ormskirk isn’t just convenient for road users, the public transportation options here are good too. The town boasts its own train station, with services run by Northern Rail and Merseyrail. There are also regular bus services, run by Preston Bus and Merseyside, offering transportation within the town and further afield.

Local shops

Whatever it is you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it in Ormskirk. From market buys to high street finds and big brand supermarkets, it’s all here. For your weekly groceries, there are a variety of supermarkets to choose from, including Morrisons, Aldi and Iceland. Alternatively, you can shop locally at the open-air market, held every Thursday and Saturday in the heart of the town centre.

Ormskirk Market isn’t just for your groceries. There are more than 100 stalls to explore, which include clothing stalls, flower stalls, furnishings and hardware. Nearby, you’ll also find a range of high street stores including WHSmith and New Look, alongside popular cafés such as Starbucks and Costa Coffee. An out-of-town business park, The Hattersley Centre, further complements Ormskirk’s offerings too, boasting a Home Bargains, Netto, and Halfords.

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