Made in Cumbria members
Wildlife paintings, cards, prints, children's wooden letters & bookmarks
Idea based art for advertising, web, design new media, publishing, television etc
I am now semi retired and started Coniston Country Kitchen Larder 15 years ago after being in the hospitality business all my life. Guests started to ask if they could buy our home-made products, jams, marmalades, pickles, Cumbrian gingerbread and Christmas puddings
Stocking a selection of Made in Cumbria gifts including jewellery, ceramics, wood and textiles
Country Fare produce quality handmade cakes just like your mum used to make
We use the expertise of 3 generations to produce fudge, toffee, lemon cheeese, marmalade, herb jellies, jam from local fruit and rum butter.
The damson orchards of the Lyth Valley produce a delicious gin which, not being too sweet, can be served as an aperitif, and as a liqueur
Cumbria Crystal is one of the last remaining producers of hand-blown and hand-cut full lead English Crystal
Cumbrian Delights is already winning awards and received a coverted 3* Gold award at the 2011 Great Taste Awards for it's sticky toffee sauce
We make delicious soft eating frozen fruit yoghurts, using locally grown summer fruits. We also use local fruits to make a range of freshly blended fruit smoothies
Speciality sausages - 8 differing varieties. Air dried hams. Smoked meats.
The Dalemain Marmalade Collection, home of 'The World's Original Marmalade Awards'. Three distinctive marmalades celebrating Dalemain's history, garden and family
A unique range of jewellery including enamel pieces, hand painted pieces and mosaic work.
Tess Baxter publishes her work through Dane Stone Publishing. Her books bring together her writing about traditional recipes and social history and her landscape photography
Knipey heart wood free range poultry
Landscape and Wildlife Photography specialising in the Lake District and surrounding areas including the North Pennines and Solway Coast.
I use the ancient technique of feltmaking to produce interesting pictures and beautiful scarves, bags, brooches and cards.
Deer 'n Dexter rear Red deer to produce lean tender venison and Dexter cattle, the smallest of the traditional breeds, producing a really tasty beef
Local homemade traditional ice cream produced in the Eden Valley. Full range of flavours in retail and catering packs. Ice cream vans to local shows and events and able to provide scooping freezers for farmers markets, food halls, weddings.
At Elliott's Chutneys we produce a varied range of homemade chutneys, jellies and piccalilli.
The English Lakes Soap Company are the makers of handmade organic bath and body care products. Healing remedies all our ingredients are 100% naturally plant based
Evies crepes and waffles has a passion for producing delicious crepes and waffles using quality, fresh ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible
Evsie is a cartoonist who draws quick sketches of people and dogs. Princess Kitten is a calligrapher who scribes texts - makes cards - makes albums - scribes poems in albums, and makes supplies for other card makers.
Large holiday park on the shores of Lake Windermere selling a large selection of crafts from members including Interlude Ceramics, Graham Glynn Ceramics, Abbeyhorn, Olive Design, jewellery and cards for all occasions
A range of branded children's books and merchandise, to promote the Lake District to a younger audience
Handmade jewellery to include silver lined glass, enamels and semi-precious stones
Handmade, bespoke footstools and cushions in a range of designs in Balmoral and Chintz
Friendly Food and Drink produce a unique range of delicious hand-made preserves, chutneys and sauces.
Morecambe Bay potted shrimps in butter with a flavour of their own, caught locally by fishermen using tractors and dragging nets along the sea floor.
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