Major Refurb // Formally The Mallard

So as you probably know, brewery chain Marston’s bought The former Mallard Pub on Burringham road.

The Mallard closure was announced back in November 2018 and it shut mid December. Since then it’s looked a bit derelict and deserted and attracted unwanted visitors on occasions.

There hasn’t been much information on when it will reopen but by the looks of information online, they hope work to be completed and staff recruited ready for business in July 2018.

The Mallard was a popular destination for people’s Sunday carverys, and it looks set to return as a carvery style pub.

We also found while researching that it appears a name change for the venue is in the pipeline, “The Iron Stone”. People have already expressed that they aren’t greatly happy if that is the name of the new pub as there is already a few places nearby called Iron stone, including the doctors on Mary Street.

Will you be visiting when it reopens? What should the pub be named?

There are a few jobs advertised via www.marstonscareers.com


A few of the other local pubs owned by Marston’s are:

  • CROWN

    Marston’s Local Pub

    209 Ashby High Street, Ashby, Scunthorpe, South Humberside, DN16 2JP

  • BLACK BEAUTY

    Marston’s Local Pub

    Keddington Road, Bottesford Scunthorpe, South Humberside, DN17 2QU

  • BIRD IN THE BARLEY

    Leased Pub

    Messingham, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN17 3SQ

  • WHITE HART

    Marston’s Local Pub

    Bridge Street, Brigg, South Humberside, DN20 8NS


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