A Lake District Farm Shop is a new Channel 4 documentary series set in the scenic Lake District. The series follows farmers, food producers and artisans whose work is sold at a unique family-owned gas station in Tebay. But, where is the Lake District Farm Shop? Express.co.uk has all the details.
The new four-part Channel 4 series celebrates Tebay Services and follows the professional lives of its key staff.
The series also features the farmers and growers of Cumbria who help keep the 50-year-old family business going.
Where is the Lake District Farm Shop located?
The Lake District Farm Shop, also known as Tebay Services, is a motorway service company owned by a farming family in Cumbria.
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The store was first opened in 1972 by John and Barbara Dunning, after the M6 motorway was built through their farm.
Located in Cumbria, you can find Tebay Services between junctions 38 and 39 on the M6.
The gas station and the fast food kitchen are open 24 hours a day, while the farm shop is open from 07:00 to 22:45.
The Farm Shop works with over 70 producers within a 30 mile radius of Tebay Services.
“When you pass you will know that you have arrived somewhere, not just anywhere.
“As you glimpse our place, of which we are so proud to be a part, we hope you will feel a part of it as well,” the statement added.
Tebay Services has won numerous awards for its services over the years.
In 2020 alone, they won the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice award and also the Specialty Retailer / Supplier of the Year at the Cumbria Life Food & Drink Awards.