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If you haven’t been to Cartmel for a while, it’s a beautiful village to visit in the autumn when the trees are turning russet and gold and sheep can be seen lazily grazing in the Priory graveyard.
Constructed on the plot of the Unsworth family’s former motor services and garage business in 2010, Unsworth’s Yard provides a lovely sun-trap with its terrace of traditional Lakeland slate and colourful hanging baskets.
Martin has gone back to concentrate on making his own cheeses at nearby Holker Farm, but the shop is in the safe hands of his partner’s father Ian Robinson and a new business partner, Fran Horne.
Cartmel Cheeses keeps some of the finest craft cheeses being produced in Britain, with around 60 varieties to sample.
If you’re more of a real ale enthusiast, you can meet David’s brother Peter Unsworth and his brewing partner Mark Grunnill at Unsworth Yard Brewery and sample some of their craft beers, which have only been in production in relatively modest quantities since 2012.
Also in the courtyard are the offices of John Coward Architects, who designed the compact complex of shops and offices.
If you want a new way to explore the woodland in the fall, you’ll discover the HQ of Lakeland Segway beside surely one of the poshest public conveniences in the Lakes, constructed in local slate and stone from quarries on the Holker Estate.
William and Andrew Walmsley have owned the The Larch Tree gift shop for over twenty years, each year finding new projects to improve and restore the building to its original fourteenth century condition.“We were delighted with the gradings and it was even more exciting as Anja was Champion Foal herself in 2008 and this is her second title of Overall Breed Champion after she won it back in 2011,” said Tracey, who is the current president of the FHAGBI and was one of the festival organisers.“It was also very special to win awards in FHAGBI's 21st year and at the biggest Friesian Festival we have ever hosted.” The Friesian Festival took place over four days of the August Bank Holiday weekend (25 – 28 August 2016) and involved a gathering of around 40 Friesian horses and their owners, trainers and enthusiasts wo travelled from all over England to attend.He is soon to open a new shop in the Priory Gatehouse selling aprons, chef’s jackets, kitchenware, chutney, jams and other Rogan-branded products.Dating back to around 1330, the Grade II* listed gatehouse is owned by the National Trust, which is leasing it to Mr Rogan's company Umbel Restaurant Group.
Local cheese-maker Martin Gott was quick off the mark to invest in a unit for a cheese shop, whilst the walls were still going up!