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Lakes food business launches click and collect service


The new service aims to provide its regular local and holiday cottage customers with a safe and easy way to buy their Hawkshead Relish favourites and minimise the number of people in the store at any one time.

Lakes food business launches click and collect service


"Our click and collect service will help our local customers, many of whom are concerned about social distancing to access their favourite Relish products."
Maria Whitehead



In addition to offering an at home delivery service, Hawkshead Relish will now have its range of chutneys, pickles, relishes, sauces, jams, with more than 100 Relish products available ready to be ordered online and collected from their flagship store at The Square, Hawkshead.

The new service, which began on 27th July, aims to provide its regular local and holiday cottage customers with a safe and easy way to buy their Hawkshead Relish favourites and minimise the number of people in the store at any one time.

All customers need to do is place their order via the Hawkshead Relish website, choose a time slot and date for collection, pay, and then simply collect at their allotted time and date, and the Relish team will do the rest. We’ll even email your order confirmation and receipt, so you don’t have to worry about handling fiddly bits of paper.

Orders will then be processed, picked, and packed, ready for collection by our customers from the designated collection point at our Hawkshead shop.

Maria Whitehead co-owner of Hawkshead Relish commented: ‘’Our click and collect service will help our local customers, many of whom are concerned about social distancing to access their favourite Relish products without the need to physically enter our shop, as well as providing customers with peace of mind, knowing that their items are available. Alongside this the service will also further contribute to ensuring the safety of our colleagues at our Hawkshead store by helping to minimise the number of customers who physically enter the store day to day.’’

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