Established in 2022, Blend is owned and run by brothers Aaron & Josh, serving from a fully restored 1979 Renault Estafette based in Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet. The mission is to offer a variety of smoothies and shakes, ranging from the super healthy to the highly indulgent. Putting a smile on customer faces is always number one priority, whilst having a friendly approach and a unique style.
The Original Dog Bakery
The Original Dog Bakery are a team of expert dog bakers that specialise in tasty treats for dogs.
Using ingredients that are safe for dogs, they create beautiful, handmade cookies, doughnuts, cakes and muffins.
They believe that dogs need a healthy, mixed diet, with the occasional treat, that's why they produce a variety of baked products for them to enjoy, which are packed full of natural ingredients.
Custom Gift Studio
Custom Gift Studio are laser-engraving experts. Stocking lots of lovely gifts, made from wood, slate, steel and other natural materials. Everything starts blank and is engraved one by one - while you wait.
They are a personalisation businesses where you can see the full range in the flesh before you order and talk to an expert who will ensure your order comes out beautifully.
Stuart & Rosie Treasurer started Cleancut Wood Ltd. in 2011 making online-order personalised gifts and original furniture from a workshop on the Wirral. Now rebranded as Custom Gift Studio. They are located in our plaza area outside the Nike Factory Store.
The Brownie Box
The Brownie Box pride themselves in being a local, family-owned company who started out baking at their home in Farndon in 2020. After 12 months, they now have three converted horseboxes across the North West and a small cake shop in Cheshire which they bake from every day.
From Chocolate Orange Brownies, to Vegan Biscoff Rookies, they have a wide variety of flavours. Their box deals are great for a self-indulgent treat or as an ideal gift for friends and family.
As owners, you will usually find them in the kitchen most days, but when they are not, they like to spend as much time as possible with their two young boys.
Cheshire Farm Ice Cream
Tom and Margaret Fell moved to Drumlan Hall Farm with their two sons, Jonathan and Graeme. The introduction of the Milk Quota restrictions led them to look for ways to add value to the excess milk that their 300 dairy cows were producing.
They decided to begin manufacturing real dairy ice cream, initially selling their product in a small on-site ice cream parlour, which has rapidly grown into a multi award-winning tourist attraction, The Ice Cream Farm, home to the Guinness World Record’s ‘Largest Ice Cream Shop’.