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Farewell to the Little Cheese Shop | Ribblesdalecheese’s Blog

Always sad to see a business not make it, but sounds like the Cheesemakers will be stronger for it. Best wishes to Ribblesdale going forward!

Today, as it is Sunday, I would normally be working in The Little Cheese Shop. Instead, I am at home, in front of the fire, scoffing chocolate, now that my appetite has returned from being ill most of


the year, listening to the Archer’s Omnibus on the radio. It would be damn cold and miserable in the shop, even being fortified by buckets of decaff coffee, with the door open, letting in the cold and frost with a few lost souls braving the elements, prowling the street(s) of Hawes. I can’t tell you how much I relish the luxury of having a Sunday off, it’s been a long time! And it means I can spend some time with my beautiful piggies.

It is a little sad to close the shop but there were a few rather compelling reasons…

via Farewell to the Little Cheese Shop | Ribblesdalecheese’s Blog.


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