A BRAND new cafe has wheeled into Keswick last month. 

Cafe HNW Keswick is a cafe which specialises in light bites, coffees, cakes, churros but most importantly cycling. 

Owner Debbie Devereux left a career in the pharmaceutical industry to launch a cafe with a theme close to her interests and also what she feels Cumbria was missing. 

"I've worked in pharmaceuticals for over 20 years, so I decided this was the time to go and do something else. 

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"I'm a keen cyclist and I like to go to cycling cafes but there's not really a cycling themed cafe in Cumbria open all the time really," she said. 

The quirky shaped premise, situated in Fitz Park, looks to attract cycling fanatics in the area especially as they show all live cycling events inside, whilst offering a spot for those looking to get off of Keswick's beaten track.

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The theme fills every nook and cranny of the premise all the way to the toilet holders, which have been cleverly replaced by bike handles. 

"We've managed to expand from a pop-up cafe to into the building itself, which is quite a unique shop. 

"We're hoping to have the building all year round but we've got it until September at the moment.

"When I worked in pharmaceuticals it was also about teamwork, so this business, it's similar in that way, as it's all about teamwork, of which I've got a great team and business partner (Matt Riley) helping along the way," she said. 

"Our footfall is probably less than anywhere else in the town, but we get locals coming here to escape the busyness of the town as well as visitors who can't get a bite to eat in the town because it's that busy - so it's good in that way. 

"We've called the cafe HNW after the Honister Newlands and Whinlatter, after the local cycling passes here. But we've called the cafe HNW Keswick but who know's there may be another HNW somewhere else," she said. 

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