Fresh food producers are set to open their very own shop after becoming a hit with residents with their food and drinks delivery service.

After being approached by the prominent countryside hall to set up their own outlet, owners of the shop were excited after having a look round their new premises.

Owner and Cartmel resident Colin Sneath and his Wife Emma run the unique local artisan shop alongside their son Cameron.

Opening on Wednesday June 9 at Holker Hall the trio are beaming to see familiar faces.

“We hope our usual delivery residents will come and enjoy their usual local produce."

The team pride themselves in offering more than 350 genuine sourced produce from Cumbria, supporting 40 community businesses.

Colin says “The beauty of it for us is we are supporting 40 small local companies who, during lockdown we were a lifeline to.”

Each item stocked comes from local farmers, growers, producers or businesses within the heart of the Lake District, so customers receive maximum fresh produce.

“We pick up from the bakery early in the morning and deliver within a day, that’s how we got the name, A Day’s Walk.”

Hard working family man, Colin was approached by Holker Hall & Garden to open their own shop alongside their new click and collect service in the food hall after their delivery service took off by residents and visitors.

Visit A Day's Walk at Holker Hall and get your fresh produce from 1st June or shop the website at

Open Wednesday to Sunday 10:30am to 5:00pm throughout the rest of the year.