Occupying a prominent corner site at the heart of Church Street and at the front of the town’s main car park is the Derwent Arms, a popular and spacious public house. The Derwent Arms public house has traded for many years as a free house and has been in the ownership of the Rushworth family for the past fourteen years. The pub has one large open plan trading area split into different parts with the main bar servery to the centre of the trading area with ample sitting and standing areas. To the left is a dining and function area with 40 dining covers. The bar servery has a return frontage to the two games areas with two pool tables and darts boards. The bar serves a selection of beers, lagers, spirits, bottles and non alcoholic drinks. Food is available from the menus on a lunchtime and most evenings and, throuought the daytime on a Saturday and Sunday.
There are several large screen TV’s for showing major sports events. There is a raised stage area for bands and varous events such as Disco’s and Quiz Nights as they arise. The pub has teams part of the Norton and Malton pool league and darts teams part of the Malton and Norton darts league. The pub has wheelchair acces and disabled WC’s. There is a beer garden to the front and ample car parking to the rear and side for about 15 cars with the town main free car park just beyond this.
The pub is famed for its floral boxes and displays during the summer months. It has won Yorkshire in Bloom and Town in Bloom awards on several occasions. The pub is also heavily involved in the community sponsoring its own football, cricket, rugby and golf teams.
Darren, Tracey and team offer you a warm welcome.