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New look herdy shop rises from the floods

Guests at the relaunch of the herdy Keswick shop following a complete refurbishment due to flood damage.
Guests at the relaunch of the herdy Keswick shop following a complete refurbishment due to flood damage.

The herdy shop in Keswick has recently undergone a complete refurbishment following damage caused by the floods in December 2015.

The co founders and directors, Spencer and Diane Hannah, will be hosting a special event to celebrate the re-launch of the Keswick shop on Tuesday 16 August.

Local businesses, accommodation providers and local dignitaries have been invited to the special event to officially re-launch herdy in Keswick.  The shop on Tithebarn Street stocks the full range of herdy products and is a popular go to destination for visitors to the North Lakes town.

Co founder and Director, Diane Hannah, with the Mayor of Keswick Cllr David Burn
Co founder and Director, Diane Hannah, with the Mayor of Keswick Cllr David Burn

Diane Hannah, Co Founder and Director, said: “We are delighted that the revamp of our Keswick shop is now complete and the shop is once again looking at its best.

“I would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to all the local volunteers who helped us clean up the shop once the flood waters had subsided.  I also want to thank our customers who have continued to visit and support the shop until we have been able to carry out the refurbishment.

“We look forward to welcoming new and existing customers to the bright new shop and hope they enjoy the herdy experience and leave with a smile.”

The company’s commitment to Cumbria continues with local company, Keswick Joiners employed to carry out all the refurbishment work.  The shop in Keswick is one of four with the other three herdy shops based at Grasmere, Bowness-on-Windermere and Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales.

For more information about herdy and to view the full range of products, please check out the website at www.herdy.co.uk

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