George Fisher, the Keswick-based specialist outdoor retailer, is extending its legendary customer service even further this summer by offering drone delivery of snacks ‘on the hill’.
Customers will be given a special number to call George Fisher’s in-store Abrahams Café and, as long as they can give an accurate GPS location, lightweight sustenance can be flown in. There will be a special selection of ‘airborne’ snacks including home-made flapjacks and cakes, sandwiches and small pies – the weight limit is 2kg, giving a useful payload.
Andy Airey displays the drone with Jan from Abrahams CaféAdd a comment
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This year’s Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) ‘Hike’ programme offers walking experiences at all levels and throughout the day and night. During the four day event, visitors can choose from over 30 different guided walks, from gentle strolls along the lakeside, to a challenging hike up Helvellyn during the early hours of the morning. Sponsored by Hi-Tec and HF Holidays, the 2015 KMF walking activities will take place throughout the festival, between 14 and 17 May.
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