Cranstons - Butcher - Maker

Festive quality you can trust.

Butcher + maker

Just like Stanley Cranston back in 1914, our skilled butchers buy only the best cattle, sheep and pigs from farmers we know and trust, expertly hanging and cutting the meat. We have full control from field to counter. Working in our Cumbrian Food Hall kitchens our experienced team make sausages and pies, cure bacon, roast meats, and prepare fresh salads each day

Place a festive order for shop collection

View our brochure and place an order to collect in person from one of our 6 shops.

Festive shop opening hours

Our shops will be operating extended hours over the festive period. Click here for a full list of opening hours by day.

Quality you can
trust – since 1914

A family run butchers for more than 100 years, we are
passionate about offering the highest quality local
meat and produce for our discerning customers.

OUR STORY

Award winning butcher + maker

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