The success of our events is partly dependent upon excellent working relationships with a wide range of venues. Our food and beverage network extends across country pubs, independent coffee shops, restaurants and even microbreweries. Would your establishment make an ideal Freshwalks partner venue?



For Classic walks we are always looking for a wholesome breakfast beforehand and home-cooked pub food at the end of a long day of walking. Locally brewed real ale also works a treat!

We prefer an informal, ad-hoc approach to post-walk dining to give our walkers flexibility but for the right venue we are happy to organise a pre-order, especially for smaller kitchens.

For City walks, it’s more about the urban, independent café or restaurant vibe and buzzy venues doing something innovative or even slightly quirky. Because many of our walkers are busy professionals, we do look for a slick lunchtime service where we can get a decent crowd in and out of your establishment as soon as possible.

Our proven formula is based around a fixed buffet style lunch service (whether that’s soup and sandwich, tapas or pizza) that hopefully works efficiently for your kitchen and our budget per head.

We hope that you look after our guests and that they return to your establishment time and time again. Many of our partner venues go the extra mile and see repeat business as a consequence.

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The Old Nag's Head - Edale - by Alastair Jones
Riverhead Brewery Tap - Marsden - by John Shinnick
The Wheatsheaf - Old Glossop