Modern and traditional fitted kitchens with free kitchen design and expert fitting in Ormskirk.
Your local kitchen specialist.
At Mastercraft Kitchens we have been designing, manufacturing and fitting the finest hand crafted kitchens for over two decades. In fact Mastercraft Fitted Kitchens are now one of Ormskirk’s leading independent, family run fitted kitchen companies.
The next generation of kitchens.
Our modern manufacturing facility allows us to custom build your kitchen cabinets to any width, height or depth. We can fabricate the interiors with built-in boxes to hide pipes, shape the units to fit around alcoves or pillars and make angled units to suit any design situation, all for no extra charge! Our aim is quite simple. We want to offer you the very best quality, design and service, right from your first enquiry to the planning, design, manufacture and final inspection of your new Mastercraft kitchen. We aim to ensure that the whole process is as pleasurable for you as possible.
Kitchens to suit any budget.
No matter what your budget is we have the perfect kitchen for you and your home. We have a huge range of kitchen styles and our highly skilled designers are on hand to help you choose from our many kitchen ranges and help plan your own dream kitchen.
We offer highly competitive prices because you are dealing direct with the manufacturer. By dealing direct with Mastercraft Kitchens you can save up to 30-40% off the normal retail price on any like for like kitchen layout and still get our made-to-measure quality.
We have our own installation teams.
We also have our own in-house dedicated fitters, electricians, plumbers, gas safe engineers and builders and it’s our exceptional installation service along with full project management that sets us a world apart from the big multiple superstores.
Call us today for a free quote.
To arrange a free no-obligation home design and quote call us on 0800 345 7655 or fill out our online form.
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- We work throughout the UK
Bebington | Birkenhead | Bootle | Crosby | Earlestown | Formby | Halewood | Heswall | Hoylake | Huyton |Kirkby | Liverpool | Maghull | Newton-Le-Willows | Prescot | Rainford | Rainhill | Southport | Formby | Wirral | St. Helens | Wallasey | Whiston
Accrington | Adlington | Bacup | Blackburn | Blackpool | Burnley | Burscough | Carnforth | Chorley | Clayton-le-Moors | Cleveleys | Clitheroe | Darwen | Fleetwood | Garstang | Great Harwood | Haslington | Kirkham |Lancaster | Leyland | Longridge | Lytham St Annes | Morecambe | Ormskirk | Oswaldtwistle | Padiham |Penwortham | Poulton-le-Fylde | Preston | Rawtenstall | Rishton | Skelmersdale | Thornton | Thornton-Cleveleys | Wesham | Whitworth
Alsager | Bollington | Chester | Congleton | Crewe | Ellesmere Port | Knutsford | Macclesfield | Malpas |Middlewich | Nantwich | Northwich | Runcorn | Sandbach | Warrington | Widnes | Wilmslow | Winsford
Altrincham | Ashton-in-Makerfield | Ashton-under-Lyne | Atherton | Audenshaw | Blackrod | Bolton | Bury |Cadishead | Chadderton | Cheadle Hulme | Cheadle | Farnworth Heywood | Leigh | Manchester | Middleton | Oldham | Radcliffe | Rochdale | Salford | Stockport | Tameside | Trafford | Wigan
Alton | Audley | Biddulph | Burntwood | Burton-upon-Trent | Cannock | Eccleshall | Essington | Hanley | Hednesford | Keele | Leek | Lichfield | Newcastle-under-Lyme | Penkridge | Rugeley | Shenstone | Stafford | Stoke-on-Trent | Stone | Tamworth | Tutbury | Uttoxeter | Wombourne
EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE
Adlingfleet | Aike | Airmyn | Aldbrough | Allerthorpe | Anlaby Common | Arnold | Arram | Beverley | Bridlington | Cottingham | Driffield | Goole | Hessle | Hull
Ambleside | Abbeytown | Aikshaw | Aikton | Aldoth | Allerby | Allonby | Barrow in Furness | Windermere | Carlisle | Kendal | Isle of Walney | Kendal | Penrith | Ulverston | Grange-over-sands | Whitehaven | Workington
Arnold | Beeston | Carlton | East Retford | Hucknall | Hucknall under Huthwaite | Kirkby in Ashfield | Mansfield | Newark on Trent | Nottingham | Selston | Sutton in Ashfield | Underwood | West Bridgford | Worksop
Boston | Cleethorpes | Gainsborough | Grantham | Grimsby | Hykeham | Lincoln | Louth | Market Deeping | North Hykeham | Scunthorpe | Shapcott | Skegness | Spalding | Stamford
- About Ormskirk
The name ‘Ormskirk’ is Old Norse in origin and is derived from Ormres kirkja, from a personal name, Ormr (which means "serpent" or dragon), and the Old Norse word for church. Ormr may have been a Viking who settled here, became a Christian and founded the church but there are no other records or archeological evidence to support this and Ormr's identity is unknown.
There is no reference to Ormskirk in the Domesday Book of 1086 but it has been suggested that it may have been part of Lathom at that time. In about 1189, the lord of Lathom granted the church of Ormskirk to Burscough Priory, which does suggest that Ormskirk had been subordinate to Lathom before that date.
An open market is held twice-weekly, on Thursdays and Saturdays, in the pedestrianised centre of Ormskirk. The location was originally the junction of the main roads to Preston, Liverpool and Wigan, and was marked by a market cross until it was replaced by the current clock tower in the nineteenth century. The market was established by a Royal Charter that was granted by Edward I of England in 1286 to the monks of Burscough Priory. Thursday has been market day in Ormskirk since at least 1292. The King also granted a borough charter to Ormskirk at about the same time, but this seems to have become extinct by the end of the fifteenth century.
The Ormskirk Poor Law Union was established in 1837, covering 21 parishes and townships from Tarleton to Simonswood, and from Birkdale to Skelmersdale. Ormskirk Union Workhouse was built in 1853 on Wigan Road and later became Ormskirk District General Hospital.
With its weekly markets, the town became a focal point for local farmers and their agricultural workers, cottagers, cow-keepers etc. to trade their goods and obtain necessities from the markets and from the retail establishments which were established along with public houses and inns. An engineering industry, based on making and mending agricultural machinery also developed.