• Thank you for your support

    Julia, Karen’s sister, has been busy making some more of her cute fluffy chicks, robins, bunnies and sheep to fundraise for Hospice UK.

    Hospice UK is the national charity for hospice care. They champion and support the work of more than 200 member organisations, which provide hospice care across the UK. This enables them to deliver the highest quality of care to people with terminal or life-limiting conditions, while supporting their families.

    ‘Hospice UK have been a great support to my lovely mum. Although it has been a difficult time for my mum and our family, they have been there every step of the way. My mum would like to give something back as she feels they have given her a lot of support over the course of her treatment . Myself and my mum would like to thank them for their amazing support.
    - Holly Goddard, Julia’s daughter

    Thanks again to all our lovely costumers.

    Fluffy Animals

  • Sammy the Squirrel

    Meet our new team member at Greens ‘Sammy the squirrel’. He will be making appearances from, time to time. Whether it’s in the café or up a Fell, keeps yours eye peeled. Who knows where his adventures will go! Follow us on twitter and Facebook to see where Sammy’s endeavors take him.

  • February Opening Hours

    The countdown has begun. We will be re-opening on Friday 9th February at 9:30am. Looking forward to seeing all our lovely costumers soon. Our half term opening hours (12th - 16th) are everyday expect Thursday from 9:30-5:00. We will then be open Fridays to Tuesdays inclusive, closed Wednesday and Thursdays until Easter. We will keep updating our pages.

  • Brathay Marathon 2017

    This year Rob, Ryan, and Harrison have decided to run the Brathay Marathon to raise funds for Brathay Trust, here's why:

    Martin Campbell was a good friend of ours who worked tirelessly and selflessly to promote a positive image of Grasmere and helped the village get back on its feet after the floods of December 2015.  He set up the village Facebook site to report on progress with the rebuilding of the A591 and interviewed and filmed a lot of the officials tasked with the repair of the road. Those clips were shared on line so that we were all aware of how things were progressing.  Martin was chairman of the Governors at Grasmere School and was instrumental in helping those children, cut off by “the gap,” get back to school whilst the repairs were carried out. Martin supported the Brathay Trust as a charity because it has such a positive impact on young lives. He was heavily involved in promoting the Trust and particularly the Brathay Marathon.  He would be seen out on the road with the 10 in 10s with his camera interviewing the runners.  Martin died suddenly in 2016.   We decided that the best way to say our thank you to Martin is to run the Brathay Marathon as part of Team Camera Dude and raise funds for the Brathay Trust.

    Please donate whatever you can.

    JustGiving Page: Remembering Martin Campbell

    Training Run

    Rob and Ryan setting off after work for a 12-mile training run over Claife Heights yesterday!

  • Fairtrade Fortnight

    It's Fairtrade Fortnight!

    Once a year, for two weeks (Monday 27 February - Sunday 12 March), Fairtrade Foundation organises the promotional campaign that is 'Fairtrade Fortnight'. Campaigners, businesses and schools get together to raise better awareness of the Fairtrade movement and what it's all about.

    Behind every bar of chocolate, mug of coffee and pot of tea (to name but a few) are the farmers and workers who are working to improve their lives and communities. When you buy products with the Fairtrade mark, you support these people. To learn more about exactly who is behind your favourite cup of tea, click here.

    Here at Green's, we believe in supporting these farmers and workers that work so hard to make their living. We use Fairtrade chocolate to make our yummy chocolate brownies, Fairtrade coffee beans from Farrer's in Kendal and make our delicious Herdy's hot chocolates using only Fairtrade ingredients. Why not pop in today and ask for something Fairtrade?

    Let's get together to support these workers. Why not try to only buy Fairtrade products for this fortnight? It's a simple change to make; just think of the good you'll be doing and how this can change these worker's lives!

    We hope to see you soon!
    Green's x


  • A quick update + Pancake Day!

    Hello, everyone!

    We're so happy to be back open again after our brief time closed and have been busy redecorating and creating yummy new dishes for our menu.

    Our opening hours have changed slightly and for the coming months will be as follows:

    Monday: 9:30 - 16:30
    Tuesday: 9:30 - 16:30
    Wednesday: CLOSED
    Thursday: CLOSED
    Friday: 9:30 - 16:30
    Saturday: 9:30 - 16:30
    Sunday: 9:30 - 16:30

    Please don't hesitate to contact us on 015394 35790 or at info@greensgrasmere.com if you'd like to reserve a table - we highly recommend this if you are a large group in order to avoid disappointment!

    With Pancake Day just around the corner, we'd also like to let you know that we will be serving pancakes in our cafe all day Tuesday with the options of lemon and sugar, Nutella, and gluten-free options will be available too!

    We hope to see you soon!


  • November Opening Hours

    We will be opening Fridays through to Tuesday for the month of November, closing Wednesdays and Thursdays.  We look forward to seeing you all soon.

  • 'The Big Lunch'

    'The Big Lunch' at The Wordsworth Trust

    A gathering for people to share food, conversation and poetry'

    Tomorrow we will be bringing along some of our goodies to share with the community at dove cottage so we hope to see some of our lovely customers and friends joining us in sharing some lunch 🙂



  • Macmillan coffee morning

    Today we will be down at St Oswald's church, Grasmere from 9:30am with some delicious cupcakes in support of Macmillan cancer support!

    If you have been effected or know someone who has been effected by cancer then here is a chance to come join us for a coffee and some scrummy homemade cakes that we will be bringing to help donate towards Macmillan cancer support!

    We look forward to seeing you all there!

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  • Congratulations Diana!


    One of our fabulous staff members who has been working as our Saturday girl for a long tim has not only passed her A-levels but she passed with an astonishing 2A* and a B!

    Diana moved from Kenya to England 5 years ago. She started her school life at a primary school in Kenya and then took a big step in coming to The lakes school ( a secondary school in England). Working extremely hard she got to sixth form where she studied maths,chemistry and physics.

    All the hard work paid of as she will be now heading to Bristol university to further her career in a masters in engineering maths where she will also head abroad for a year!

    Diana says the toughest challenge yet was adjusting to the British culture, which is very different to how the to TVs shows presented it

    When she goes she will be greatly missed here at the café as she's always been a fabulous, hardworking and positive member of staff.  But we couldn't want anything more to now see you reach your dreams and goals!

    Here at greens all the staff wish you the very best and hope we will see you again once you leave!!

    Here are some photos of Diana and her friends on the BIG day they found out there results

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