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Carlisle Castle solid wood worktops. Carlisle Cathedral solid wood worktops. Walnut solid wood worktops are a popular choice in Carlisle.

The city and county town of Cumbria, Carlisle sits just ten miles south of the Scottish border. The 'great border city' - as it is known - was established by the Romans to support fortifications along Hadrian's Wall. Carlisle Castle has served the city many times as an intrinsic tool of defence, with the city coming under siege a total of ten times throughout its colourful history.

In 1133, Cumbria's priory was elevated to a cathedral, making this the only region with city status in the whole county. Following much expansion of the settlement - and with thanks to its location at the confluence of the rivers Caldew, Eden and Petteril - Cumbria was well-positioned to flourish during the Industrial Revolution. The city thrived and transformed significantly with the growth of the textile industry and the city's population.

Carlisle can be reached from the rest of England by the M6 motorway, or from Scotland via the M74 and A74 from Glasgow, where our closest kitchen showroom is. Our speedy wood worktop sample service will allow residents of Carlisle to see the fabulous, high-quality finish of our worktops from the comfort of their home. What's more, this service comes with free delivery the samples are priced from just £5, a cost which we will be happy to refund should you go on to purchase a work surface.

Our in-house 2Man delivery service allows us to offer worktops next-day to residents of Carlisle, and we will even provide a convenient 2 hour timeslot, along with a courtesy call 30 minutes prior to delivery. If you would like to speak to a member of our knowledgeable sales team about our worktop requirements - or to place an order - please don't hesitate to telephone us on 0345 22 22 644, or email . We are always happy to help!

Order your worktops by 12 noon for next day delivery to Carlisle.

Image Use:
"Carlisle Cathedral" by Greenshed
"Carlisle Castle" by Neil Boothman is licensed under CC BY 2.0