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Little Walkers Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

Little Walkers will be open as follows:-

Christmas Eve  –   9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Christmas Day –  Closed

Boxing Day  –  11 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

New Years Eve  –  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

New Years Day  –  11 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

From all of us at Little Walkers, we thank you for your custom throughout 2014, and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Take a look at the Skogstad Funny Suit

At first glance the Skogstad Funny suit just looks like any other waterproof all in one, but look closer and you will discover that it is much more. As well as being totally waterproof, it also has a removable hollow fibre insulating inner suit to keep your wee one warm when out in the rain/snow and cold.

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What a beautiful day!

LangdalesWhat a glorious day here in The Lakes. The Langdale Pikes looked amazing on the drive in to work – good enough to make my colleague and me stop talking for a second! What made it look so good? Clear skies and a hard frost is the answer to that one. In other words, time to head online or pop in to the shop and get stocked up on Barts hats, mitts and gloves. We are also doing the fantastic Bogs boots which are temperature rated down to 34°C. It’s not quite that cold yet, but who knows? We are also now stocking Spotty Otter again, which is fantastic news for lovers of great quality kids outdoor gear. Feel free to ring on 015394 34008 if you have any questions regarding the equipment we offer, and we will be happy to advise you.

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Cheeky Crows

Cheeky crows

The Little Walkers Shop has been so busy so far this Easter holiday, that even our feathered friends are wondering what all the fuss is about. A crow is building its nest in the guttering right above the shop door so as to get a good view of all the activity, maybe they want some of the bright new gear we have in for your little adventurers.

The only problem being the pile of twigs that need sweeping away every hour or so! Not the most efficient house builders it would seem. Just don’t understand why they don’t fly down and pick up the twigs they’ve dropped, instead of going off for new ones.